|Cultural Survival of Sri Lanka has spearheaded efforts to facilitate dialogue between the Government of Sri Lanka and its indigenous citizens. Above: Senior parliamentarians including Deputy Speaker Hon. Gamini Fonseka meet Wanniyalaeto elders under Cultural Survival auspices in December 1992.|
As the fulcrum of an information network that reaches from the traditional villagers of rural Sri Lanka up to national level policy makers and international development agencies, Cultural Survival relays vital information between rural communities and concerned ministries, aid agencies and other organizations. Only when aid donors, government policy planners and local communities were well informed, we believe, can just and appropriate changes take place for the maximum benefit to all.
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