SLWP Core Programme

Primary programme funded by GWP focusses on interventions and promoting dialogues on IWRM related water policies , More »

SLWP Additional Core Programme

Water related activities channeled through GWP by the UN system including APAN, UNWATER and any external donor. More »

Water and Climate Resilience Programme

A dedicated Water and Climate Resilience Programme (WACREP) for South Asia on Climate Change Adaptation initiated in 2013 and financed through a GWP/Donor funding arrangement. More »

Joint Corporate Activities with Private Sector

Activities undertaken in joint collaboration with corporates under their CSR programmes or with Private Sector. (NDB, Janashakthi, UNDP, IWMI, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce/ Sampath Bank and other partner agencies). More »

Joint Corporate Activities with Private Sector

Activities undertaken in joint collaboration with corporates under their CSR programmes or with Private Sector. (NDB, Janashakthi, UNDP, IWMI, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce/ Sampath Bank and other partner agencies). More »

 

SLWP – Supporting Partner in 10th World Aqua Congress !

Aqua Foundation is a non-governmental organization working on key aspects of Water, Environment & Humanity. The ever balanced, ever harmonized cycles & arrangements of nature have been greatly challenged and disturbed by humans in last century, which inturn pose a threat to their own survival. The organization is working to reverse these damages and work towards a sustainable living, in oneness with fellow humans, other living beings, plants and nature. The ultimate goal of the organization is to ensure humanity’s long term future.

Sisu Jala Hamuwa Programme in Bingiriya.

A Sisu Jala Hamuwa school program  will be held at  Bingiriya today (30th June)  for 120 school children identified by the Deduru Oya Area Water Partnership .The selected theme of the program  is   Climate change and its impacts on Sri Lanka with particular reference to the future of agriculture in North Western Province.

Continuation of WED 2016 in catchment conservation.

The SLWP partners in Upper Mahaweli Area Water Partnership conducted a tree planting programme around the  historic “Balana Fort”  in Kadugannawa as its World Environment  Day 2016 activity  with  support from Lanka Jalani, NetWwater and villager of  the Balana area. The program and the  community interest  encouraged the Dept of Archaeology to provide a permanent watcher for Balana Fort.The local community organisation “Balana Kotuwa Surakime Sanvidanaya” has  organized  a  Blood donation  program on the 25th June 2016. Each of the 150 donors were  given a “Kohomba” plants for  each blood doner as a token of appreciation and as part of the SLWP effort for supporting catchment conservation.