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SWDC was established in with the objective of working with women and children displaced by conflict. The photograph was taken in the sitters garden in Batticaloa, April Photograph taken at the sitters home in Colombo.
The photograph was taken after a meeting between local religious leaders and The National Peace Council. The playgroup superviser at a community centre.
The photograph was taken on the veranda of the centre in Udadumbara, a small town situated high up in The Knuckles Range in the Central Province. Mr Nirojan, volunteer at one of Nest's community centre's.
Stephanie Rose Wood photographer. The villages around the lagoons and ocean were badly affected by the tsunami, thousands of people lost their lives. The only evidence that a thriving community once called this home are the foundations of houses and the water wells. These were the only structures that were not uprooted from the ground by the waves. There are a handful of two-story houses that have been re- built, but most people are still afraid to return. Many of the displaced Muslim community settled in Puttalam.
This was the largest forced eviction of Muslims during Sri Lankas civil war. The charity run centre provides support to isolated communities by giving them the training to grow their own food. Udadumbara, The Knuckles Mountain Range. The patients have mostly been abandoned by their families who cannot care for them. There are women residing in the hospital. The women are encouraged to engage in activities such as dancing, cooking, painting and sewing. There are still funding problems for the hospital and conditions could still be improved.