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Monday, May 26, 2014 - 5.10 GMT

More Community-Oriented Programs by Forces in Jaffna

 

Two more mine awareness programs were conducted by the 10 Field Sri Lanka Engineers as a part of their Disaster Mitigation Project.

Engineer soldiers selected villages of two Grama Niladhari Divisions, Nagarkovil West and Kudatthanai in 551 Brigade areas to conduct awareness lectures recently. Nearly 200 civilians were educated on land mines and Unexploded Explosive Ordnance (UXOs).

Meanwhile, soldiers of 25 Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment and 15 Sri Lanka National Guard serving under the 511 Brigade participated in a ‘Shramadana’ campaign at Teachers’ College Iruppalai in the first week of May. Thirty two soldiers and forty trainee teachers attended the ‘Shramadana’.

In another civil-military interdependency program, 4th Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police organized an awareness program on road safety in collaboration with Jaffna Police on 30th April. The program got underway at St. Patrick’s College with kind assistance of Rev. Fr. Jero Selvanayagam, the principal. The lecture was attended by 18 teachers and 620 students.

Two more mine awareness programs were conducted by the 10 Field Sri Lanka Engineers as a part of their Disaster Mitigation Project.

Engineer soldiers selected villages of two Grama Niladhari Divisions, Nagarkovil West and Kudatthanai in 551 Brigade areas to conduct awareness lectures recently. Nearly 200 civilians were educated on land mines and Unexploded Explosive Ordnance (UXOs).

Meanwhile, soldiers of 25 Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment and 15 Sri Lanka National Guard serving under the 511 Brigade participated in a ‘Shramadana’ campaign at Teachers’ College Iruppalai in the first week of May. Thirty two soldiers and forty trainee teachers attended the ‘Shramadana’.

In another civil-military interdependency program, 4th Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police organized an awareness program on road safety in collaboration with Jaffna Police on 30th April. The program got underway at St. Patrick’s College with kind assistance of Rev. Fr. Jero Selvanayagam, the principal. The lecture was attended by 18 teachers and 620 students.


 

 
 
   
   
     
   
   

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