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If you're considering volunteer work abroad in Sri Lanka the newsletters and the blog are a great way to gain more information.Sri Lanka Newsletter - January 2015 In view of identifying diabetic and hyper-tension patients in rural villages in the Western Province of Sri Lanka, Projects Abroad conducts a medical camp on a monthly basis.It sounds like Rocky at Pick ‘n’ Go can help arrange this, which is great.. Once the possibility of renting a tuk tuk to tour Sri Lanka made itself known, we knew we had to capitalize on it.We wanted to dive head-first into this exotic and seemingly little-known country and make the most of our (for us) blink-and-you’ll-miss-it three weeks in the country. At first we were considering renting a motorcycle and over-landing, as we had done so many times in various other countries. The photos looked great, the price was reasonable (all things considered), and the idea of putting around the countryside on Sri Lanka’s most ubiquitous form of transport set our imaginations on fire.
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Sri Lanka Newsletter - October 2014 Projects Abroad Sri Lanka conducts free IT courses to the less fortunate children in the Panadura area through our own IT centre which is located in Panadura city.
Any student can come and register for IT courses for free, and attend classes and practical sessions presented by Projects Abroad Sri Lanka volunteers, under the coordinator's guidance.