SLCDF is a non profit Voluntary Organization

committed for building and strengthening the network of CBOs and voluntary organizations to address poverty and other related social and economic issues.

  • Members of the Board on a monitoring visit - Kilinochchi

  • V2M Project - Mullaitivu

  • MWRP DIG Project - Galle

  • Rain Water Harvesting Project - Puttalam

  • V2M Project - Mullaitivu

  • Land Management practices - Kandy

  • SLCDF humanitarian activities in battling Covid-19 pandemic

SLCDF supports vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Popularizing the Code of Conduct (COC) for CSOs

October 2021

Under the project “Strengthening Pluralism, Integrity Diversity Equality and Regularizing CSOs” (SPICE) funded by the Management Systems International (MSI)/IDEA, Civil Society Organizations in 18 District Consortia is engaged in popularizing .. (more)

Second Language Classes in Progress

October 2021

Under the project “Establishment of Civil Society Structure for Official Language Policy” the Second Language Teaching activities commenced a few months ago by the CSOs in Galle, Matara, Moneragala and .. (more)

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DWC and GAC Partner with SLCDF to combat SGBV

April 2021

Developing World Connections (DWC) with funding support from Global Affairs Canada is partnering with SLCDF in a four-year project to combat sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and promote gender equality .. (more)

Improving the life of Marginalized Community in Hambantota District

December 2020

SLCDF recently signed agreements with Hambantota Grameeya Sanvidana Sanwardana Padanama (District Consortium) and 8 member organizations to assist selected 120 families from 8 Divisional Secretaries’ Divisions in Hambantota District. HOPE .. (more)

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