[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]“Friendship beyond Sea” was organized by the Rotaract Club of Kandy in celebration of the International Rotaract week. Many Rotaractors from other countries were contacted and they were asked to share a few words about their experience in Rotaract. All the responses were collected and shared on the Facebook platform on the 17th of March 2020. We were able to initiate good relationships with international Rotaractors and exchange thoughts and
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]‘Good food is available when you have the right recipe’ As Sri Lankans we have many different styles of cooking and are inspired by our culture, history and many factors. Sri Lankan cuisine is highly centered around spices, herbs, vegetables and rice. Many of us like to try out different dishes both Sri Lankan and international. The “Curry leaf” project is an initiative which started a while ago but was
Sri Lanka is a tropical island found in the deep blue waters of the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. The country is endowed with over a thousand miles of beautiful golden beaches, rivers, lakes, mountain peaks, waterfalls and many fauna and flora making it the ideal destination for a holidays and recreation. Tale of a Pearl is major project undertaken by the Rotaract Club of Kandy where a
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Under the avenue of International Service, we were able to host five Indian delegates under the IDYE programme between India and Sri Lanka which was an initiative by the Rotaract District 3220. We hosted the Indian delegates from 18th October to 22nd October 2019 along with three other Rotaract clubs in Kandy (Rotaract club of University of Peradeniya, Katugasthota region and Neptune Edification). We were able to spend some quality
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Project Ape Rasa (අපේ රස) – “Our Tastes” was an International Service initiative by the Rotaract Club of Kandy to share local tastes with foreign Rotaract Clubs around the world and in exchange to share theirs with us. As the first phase we were delighted to share a small box of Sri Lankan food items and delicacies with the members of the Rotaract Club of Melbourne City in Australia.
“Of all the things which wisdom provides to make life entirely happy, much the greatest is the possession of true friendship” Friendship Beyond the Sea is an online project organized by the Rotaract club of Kandy in order to celebrate the “International day of Happiness”. The club reached out to many International Rotaract friends, and asked them one simple question; “What makes you happy as a Rotaractor?”. Responses from various
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The members of the Rotaract Club of Kandy was invited to an interactive meeting between the Association of War Affected Women Kandy and a group of 20 Japanese student delegates from the faculty of Law of Hosei University, Japan. They were visiting Sri Lanka to study the culture and social views in Sri Lanka. The interactive meeting took place on the 11th of February 2019 at 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
On the 5th of January 2019 the project “Sewa” was effectively completed by PM. Dharanindhan at K/Naranvita Kanista Vidyalaya. The project was carried out by the Rotaract Club of Kandy, Rotaract club of Information Institute of Technology Colombo and Rotaract club of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The objective of this project was to donate stationary items and bags for the under privileged students of the K/Naranvita Kanista
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Rotaract Clubs of Kandy and the Rotaract Club of Informatics Institute of Technology were able to host a group of Hong Kong Rotaractors on 5th – 6th January 2019. The foreign group arrived in Kandy on the evening of the 5th of January 2019. The day after their arrival the members of Rotaract club of Kandy was able to guide them through the world heritage city. They were
Like everything, “Migration”, has both its advantages and disadvantages. Yet, higher rates of migration, create negative impacts on countries, leaving both the natives and the migrants to face various calamities. On the eve of “The International Migrants Day 2019”, the Rotaract Club of Kandy along with the Rotaract Club of Junjunwala College (RID 3141), organized an online project, where facts and opinions on migration in Sri Lanka and India were