Business Enterprise

At one orphanage which Keith and Pam visited several times there were older girls who had completed their government schooling but had not passed examinations.  The charity provided materials for these girls to make jewellery and cards to enable them to sell items .


The pictures show the girls busy at work but also enjoying a social time together.  These are emotionally damaged girls and they responded well to this creative therapy as Pam worked alongside them.

Gardening tools and seeds and plants were also provided and on a separate site boys enjoyed learning about producing food and also caring for animals.

Contributions to the work of Hope In Sri Lanka are always welcome.

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This site was donated by and maintenance assisted by Dave Baigent

HOPE in Sri Lanka Registered Charity No 1121160