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More Community Development Projects from Munchee CSR Initiative

Munchee Samaga Gamata Sarana, the CSR initiative of Munchee provided three more projects for the benefit of people in, Meegammana in Kotahena, Kandy and Giritale areas.

Munchee Samaga Gamata Sarana, the CSR programme for village rehabilitation and development was launched two years ago with the objective of generating in social incentives in needy rural communities. The programme has now flourished into a well-structured social value generation and community integration programme.

The latest initiative is Meegammana village in Kandy where Munchee constructed a small bridge to fulfill their needs with around 5,000 residents benefiting. The second community project donated under the Munchee Samaga Gamata Sarana in the past one month was a Computer lab at Agamathy Vidyalaya in Kotahena.

Although this is a school in Colombo, it was in need of this facility for a long time to enhance Computer Education among the students. In Giritale, Jayanthi Gurukula Vidyalaya received an E-Learning Centre under the Munchee Samaga Gamata Sarana Programme enabling children of the school to get the services of teachers in any part of the globe. "The project has a potential to even extend its benefits to the community for them to consult a specialist doctors in the case of critical illnesses," said the Principal of the school - Chaminda Perea.

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