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Amazing! We’re now 65% of the way to achieving our appeal target

Our New Year appeal for the Hakmana School is steadily climbing! Thanks to our amazing and generous donors we are now almost TWO THIRDS of the way to our target of £2,070, which will keep the school running for another … Continue reading

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ISPO World Congress 2013

This is the event that Mr Prasanga will be attending this week – a gathering of experts from across the world. Friends of Navajeevana have funded Prasanga’s visit to the congress, which is taking place in Hyderabad. http://www.ispo2013.org

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Good luck Prasanga!

Please wish Mr Prasanga a big “Good Luck” today for his trip to Hyderabad in India for the ISPO World Congress http://www.ispo2013.org/ It’s a great opportunity for him to share new approaches and make contacts with specialists from across the … Continue reading

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Thanks: Evelyn Hodgson Memorial Trust

Huge thanks to Clare at the Evelyn Hodgson Memorial Trust for giving us a donation of £250 towards the Hakmana School!

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Great news about our Hakmana school appeal!

Brilliant news! A fantastic £250 donation has taken us up to 60% of our appeal target! Wonderful that everyone is sending good wishes this winter, and supporting the Hakmana School kids’ learning and fun. https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/hakmanaschool

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How do you write Tangalle?

Navajeevana are based in Tangalla/Tangalle, in Sri Lanka’s Southern Province. Here’s how you write it in Sinhala and Tamil. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangalle

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An update from Sri Lanka

Last week three of our Friends of Navajeevana trustees and I escaped the chilly climes of the UK and spent five days in southern Sri Lanka catching up with the staff and beneficiaries of the amazing disability organisation Navajeevana. It … Continue reading

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