Viluthu Reaches Out

The economic and social issues faced by women headed households (WHH) as a result of the 30 year long war in Sri    Lanka have been at the forefront of most rehabilitation programmes during the war and post-war period. It is estimated that there are over 90,000 WHH in the North and East alone. Women headed households in Sri Lanka […]

Herstories’ of Resilience and Hope
February 10, 2016 By admin

 Mother’s are guardians of their family history. They are the guardians of memory. They are the pillars of strength upon which a family is built.  This archival project is the first of a series of people’s histories that focuses on mothers from the South and North that highlight their strength in the face of adversity, and their hopes […]

‘Voices in Peacetime – ‘her-stories’ of resilience and hope’ This project was launched in May 2012 with the financial support from the Culture and Conflict Programme under the Prince Claus Fund in collaboration with the Commonwealth Foundation. The Prince Claus Fund is a platform for intercultural exchange, working with individuals and organizations primarily in Africa, […]

Improving women’s access to livelihood opportunities and local services in the Post-Conflict Context of Sri Lanka The World Bank has awarded a consultancy to Viluthu in order to improve women’s access to livelihood opportunities and local services in the North and East. This project commenced in November 2010 and is due to be completed in […]