Caritas Sri Lanka – SEDEC Family Commemorates the victims of Easter Sunday bomb attacks

The Caritas Sri Lanka (CSL) played a pivotal role in the aftermath of the Easter Sunday bomb blasts that devastated the island nation of Sri Lanka by joining hands and concentrating on the immediate requisites of the victims in close liaison with the government authorities as well as with the international and national voluntary organizations

Easter Sunday Disaster in Sri Lanka

The island nation which enjoyed a peaceful atmosphere and living for nearly a decade  faced with one of the deadliest terrorist attacks on 21st of April 2019. Unfortunately this incident took place on the Easter Sunday targeting a large number of Catholics, Christians who were attending the Easter Sunday Masses and foreigners who were having the

Caritas Pakistan visit SEDEC

A six member staff from Caritas Pakistan arrived in Sri Lanka on 8th April 2019 on a 6 day exposure and exchange visit. They wish to learn from the project activities of Caritas Sri Lanka and at the same time share their own experiences of projects being implemented in Pakistan. On the 8th of April

CI Consultation on “The future of work, Labour after “Laudato Si”

Rev. Fr. Mahendra Gunatilleke attends Consultation on “The Future of Work, Labour after Laudato Si” – Caritas Internationalis Consultation on Decent Work – project “The future of Work, Labour after Laudato Si” held in Geneva from 18th to 20th March 2019. Caritas Sri Lanka among the selected member organisations privileged to be invited to the

Caritas Internationalis Management Standard (CI MS) Workshop at SEDEC

Caritas Sri Lanka (CSL) from its inception has tried its best to maintain maximum standard of humanitarian services within its limited operational framework displaying greater transparency and accountability in its activities, programme and projects. In addition, CSL as a faith based organization is registered under a Parliamentary Act. Therefore the organization does not fall under

The Karibu Foundation visiting Caritas Sri Lanka- SEDEC

Representatives of the Karibu Foundation, based in Oslo, Norway visited Sri Lanka recently and made a courtesy visit to SEDEC on 26th of March 2019 with the objective of learning the activities that SEDEC has been implementing in peace and religious amity projects. The Karibu Foundation has a long history in supporting alternative voices from

Focus Group Discussion on Reconciliation Activities in Ratnapura Diocese

Caritas Sri Lanka – SEDEC in collaboration with Caritas Rathnapura – Sethmini organized a focus group discussion and a mid-line survey under the project titled, “Helping People move towards Reconciliation” on 27th of March 2019 in Rathnapura. The project is funded by CAFOD, the Catholic international development charity in England and Wales. A group of