Recent Reports

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka New Years Festival: March 29, 2017

March 24, 2017 - 
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Continued Free Care in and around Tangalle: Q3 2016

March 12, 2017 - 

The clinic was open 10 days each month to provide free healthcare services to the community of Yayawatta and Seenimodera in Tangalle, Sri Lanka, and the surrounding villages and communities of Palapotha, Kadurupokuna, and Seenimodera.

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Continued Advocacy and Medical Support: Q3 2016

November 20, 2016 - 
  • Organized and held 3 monthly meetings for the months of July, August, and September 2016
  • Collected information from the children about their treatment and progress at the monthly meetings
  • Provided traveling expenses and nutritious food packages for the children and their families
  • Gave each of the 4 children a food parcel, worth Rs. 2,199/= each. The food parcels were distributed by Mr. Nishantha Sandakelum and Mrs. Stephney Minerva Fernando for the months of July, August, and September 2016.
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30 Days of Free Healthcare: Q2 2016

October 27, 2016 - 

During the second quarter of 2016, we saw an average of 22 patients per day, treating a total of 653 patients. The clinic was open 10 days each month, from 7:00 am to 11:00 am, to provide free healthcare services to the community of Yayawatta and Seenimodera in Tangalle, Sri Lanka, and the surrounding villages and communities of Palapotha, Kadurupokuna, and Seenimodera. This free health clinic is entirely a gift from Real Medicine Foundation, which has a heart to help our communities that suffer from the tsunami’s destruction and from poverty.

This project benefits 2 categories of patients:

  • Community members...
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Preschools Come Together for Joint Exhibition: Q3 2016

October 01, 2016 - 

Classes and activities continued as planned, providing parents and guardians with support and advice in the proper care of their young children, and providing children with:

  • a safe environment
  • at least one nutritious meal a day
  • quality preschool education, including health awareness, eco-awareness, diversity awareness, and basic communication technologies


Project Impact

Palathuduwa Preschool is becoming more familiar and accepted within the community. Children, parents, and the school’s staff all benefit from a wider acceptance.

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Maintaining Medical Support and Effective Diet Change: Q2 2016

August 08, 2016 - 
  • Organized and held 3 monthly meetings for the months of April, May, and June 2016
  • Collected information from the children about their treatment and progress at the monthly meetings
  • Provided traveling expenses and nutritious food packages for the children and their families
  • Gave each of the 4 children a food parcel, worth Rs. 2,199/= each. The food parcels were distributed by Mr. Nishantha Sandakelum and Mrs. Stephney Minerva Fernando for the months of April, May, and June 2016.
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Palathuduwa Preschool Report- Q2 2016

August 01, 2016 - 

Classes and activities continued as planned, providing parents and guardians with support and advice in the proper care of their young children, and providing children with a safe environment, at least one nutritious meal a day, and quality preschool education, including health awareness, eco-awareness, diversity awareness, and basic communication technologies. To accomplish this, teachers did the following:

  • Ensured the health and sanitation of the children
  • Prepared the children to become nature-loving, educated citizens
  • Educated the children on how to live in peace and harmony among different ethnic groups
  • Made the children aware of modern communication technology and...
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Free Clinic, Huge Impact: Q1 2016

May 17, 2016 - 

During the first quarter of 2016, we saw an average of 22 patients per day, treating a total of 654 patients.

The clinic was open 10 days each month to provide free healthcare services to the community of Yayawatta and Seenimodera in Tangalle, Sri Lanka, and the surrounding villages and communities of Palapotha, Kadurupokuna, and Seenimodera. The project goal is to provide medical care to tsunami-affected families and the less privileged to help build a healthy community.

This free health clinic is entirely a gift from Real Medicine Foundation, which has a heart to help our communities that...

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Long-Term Care Continues: Q1 2016

March 31, 2016 - 
  • Organized and held 3 monthly meetings for the months of January, February, and March 2016
  • Collected information from the children about their treatment and progress at the monthly meetings
  • Provided traveling expenses and nutritious food packages for the children and their families
  • Gave each of the 5 children a food parcel, worth Rs. 2,199/= each. The food parcels were distributed by Mr. Nishantha Sandakelum and Mrs. Stephney Minerva Fernando for the months of January, February, and March 2016.

Project Goal

Provide long-term medical support and treatment to children suffering from congenital health conditions affecting growth hormone production and cholesterol modulation.

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Palathuduwa Preschool Report- Q1 2016

March 31, 2016 - 

Classes and activities continued as planned, providing parents and guardians with support and advice in the proper care of their young children, and providing children with a safe environment, at least one nutritious meal a day, and quality preschool education, including health awareness, eco-awareness, diversity awareness, and basic communication technologies.

Project Goal

To provide quality preschool education to village children, who typically have fewer resources and opportunities than children closer to the city center.

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