Advance Economic Facilities of Women & Youth Project
The project aims to strengthen and improve community-based programs on alternative economic activities, micro revolving fund with a focus on environment and agriculture in selected districts of Sri Lanka. This directly addresses the challenges faced by the Sri Lankan tea plantation community, particularly women and youths, to engage/participate in inclusive, integrated, and sustainable development and micro credit support in the context of the pandemic crisis in Sri Lanka. Supporting marginalized groups like the women's, youth, and child communities on tea plantations, as well as their involvement and representation in efforts to improve their standard of living, is crucial for the global community. In addition to needing support, civil society must also understand that the key to addressing Sri Lanka's democratic process is through include women, children, marginalized groups in the media, and minorities.