Protect the exodus Sinhala population due to separatist terrorist threats and attacks.
 
 
 
 
   
 


 
Approximate cost of the projects under implementation or successfully completed by the TDF during the six months (1999 July to December) areas as follows:
PROJECT
STRATEGIC AREA
COST
FUNDING SOURCE
Restoration of Bathmittiyawa tank Maduru Oya Basin 500,000/= SLA NW UK
Construction of Bathrnittiyawa School building and library Maduru Oya Basin 175,000/= MMT & CRT
Restoration of Nuwaragalatenna tank Maduru Oya Basin 300,000/= BVTS UK
Restoration of Pamburugaswewa Yan Oya Basin 600,000/= CCF
Construction of Pamburugaswewa pre School building Yan Oya Basin 650,000/= CCF
Restoration of Mahasorawewa Yan Oya Basin 750,000/= CCF
Construction of Admpane pre School Yan Oya Basin 650,000/= CCF
Restoration of Thawalamwewa Yan Oya Basin 1,000,000/= CCF
Educational scholarships Maduru Oya Basin 36,000/= TDF
Agricultural loans for cultivation Yan Oya Basin 250,000/= TDF
Educational scholarships Yan Oya Basin 18,000/= TDF
Educational scholarships Malwathu Oya Basin 14,400/= TDF
Salaries to pre school teachers Maduru Oya Basin 12,000/= TDF
Salaries to pre school teachers Yan Oya Basin 6,000/= TDF

 

 
Panama projects
  Carts with pneumatic tyres and coir rope manufacturing machines being gifted
by Thawalama Development Foundation for self employment project in the
village of Panama with funding received from SPUR Western Australia.
Panama Tsunami Houses
  Five houses constructed by the Thawalama Development Foundation in the
village of Panama. Cost of each housing unit was Rs.450000/=
Piyasara Wewa
  Piyasara Wewa was restored by the Thawalama Development Foundation with
funding provided by Senahasa Foundation in UK. THE COST OF THE PROJECT WAS
Rs.1.2 Million.
Jayodaya Rana Gosha 30.08.08
  This project was jointly implemented with the Manel Mal Movement with the
participation of three directors of the Thawalama Development Foundation
namely Bengamuwe Nalaka Thera, Mr. S.L.Gunasekera and Lt Col.
A.S.Amarasekera.
Rankiriulpatha 8th March 08 and Rankiriulpatha Project 18.04.08
  The Rankiriulpata resettlement project for internally displaced families. This is a project receiving assistance from the Thawalama Development Foundation. The donation of bicycles to the thirty five resettled families was jointly implemented by Thawalama Development Foundation with Success Colombo. The children in these resettled families will use the bicycles to attend school in the town of Gomarankadawala, which is four kilometers away. The funding was made available to the Thawalama Development Foundation by SPUR Victoria for the purchase of bicycles.
Siaybalagaswewa Project
  A joint project implemented by the Thawalama Development Foundation together
with the Buddhist Village Trust Sri Lanka based in the UK.
Thimbirigolla Preschool
  A project to distribute gifts to Preschool children at the end of the year
implemented as a joint project with Senahasa Foundation of UK.
Vavuniya trip 19th January 2008
  Donation of items required by soldiers under training at the battle training
school in Kokeliya and also the donation of a wheel chair to a Civil Defence
Force member who had both his legs amputated after an LTTE attack to his
village.
Waddhatha Pirivena
  This is a Pirivena that receives funds from the Thawalama Development
Foundation to educate novice Bhikkhus.
Wakarai Project 1 Medical Camp
  A joint project implemented by the Thawalama Development Foundation together
with Success Colombo.
Welgamvehera Project 27th January 08
  This was another joint project implemented by the Thawalama Development
Foundation together with Success Colombo to provide bicycles for school
going students to attend school in Trincomalee. The funding was made
available to the Thawalama Development Foundation by SPUR Western Australia
for the purchase of bicycles.
Yan Oya Project
  The inspection to commence the Yan Oya project recommended by the Thwawalama
Development Foundation for which an allocation of Rs.600 Million has been
made by the government.