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Muslim Aid donates LKR 2.2 million worth of Electronic and E-Learning Equipment to Trincomalee Zonal Education Office

On the 15th of July 2021, Muslim Aid Sri Lanka donated LKR 2.2 million worth of E-learning equipment and electronic items to the Trincomalee Zonal Education Office. The event was organized by the Zonal Education Office in association with Muslim Aid Sri Lanka.   Eastern Provincial Director of Education Mr.M.D.A. Nizam graced the occasion as the Chief Guest, and formally …

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Muslim Aid donates vital medical equipment worth Rs 30 million

Muslim Aid Sri Lanka has donated a consignment of medical equipment worth Rs. 30 million for the treatment of patients affected by the Covid epidemic. The consignment was symbolically handed over to Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees on Friday (02). Speaker of Parliament Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena, Minister of Justice Ali Sabry PC; State Minster of Prison Reforms Lohan …

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Arrivals from Middle Eastern countries no longer restricted: CAASL

Passenger arrival restrictions imposed on Middle Eastern countries has been lifted from today, the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka said (CAASL). Accordingly, the decision was taken based on the instructions received from the Ministry of Health and the National Operations Centre for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak (NOCPCO). The CAASL yesterday issued a statement stating that anyone with a travel …

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Passengers from Gulf temporarily banned

The National Operations Centre for the Prevention of the COVID-19 Outbreak (NOCPCO) has decided to temporarily ban passengers from Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait. Cabinet was today briefed on the decision to temporarily ban passengers from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. The National Operations Centre for the Prevention of the COVID-19 Outbreak had reached …

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Donated medical equipment from Kuwait arrive

A consignment of medical equipment donated by Kuwait, arrived in the country this morning. The medical equipment weighed 2,489kg and packed in 100 individual packages. The Kuwait Red Crescent Society had sent this consignment of medical equipment to the Sri Lanka Red Cross Society.  A group of officials from the Sri Lanka Red Cross and the Ministry of Health presented …

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