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United States Airlifts Emergency Supplies to Help Sri Lanka Combat Covid-19 Surge

The United States continues to stand with the people of Sri Lanka in the battle against the COVID-19 surge.  Yesterday, U.S. Embassy Charge d’Affaires Martin Kelly and Secretary to the…

Sri [email protected], with U.S. Support, Hosts Exponential Growth Webinar

Sri [email protected], with support from the United States, hosted a public webinar featuring Paul D. Roberts, an expert in methods for companies and entrepreneurs to leverage evolving technologies such as artificial…

Sri Lanka AG’s Department Receives a U.S-Funded Training Center and E-Case File Tracking System

With support from the United States, the Attorney General’s Department inaugurated a state-of-the-art training center and launched an electronic system to track cases and legal files will, which strengthen the…

Former US Ambassador to UN Samantha Power Secures Senate Vote to Become the New USAID Administrator

The Former United States (US) Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Samantha Power was confirmed by United States Senate as the nineteenth Administrator of the United States Agency for International…

United States Launches “Clean Cities, Blue Ocean Program” in Sri Lanka to Tackle Plastic Pollution

U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka Alaina B. Teplitz announced the first grants awarded through the U.S. government’s Clean Cities, Blue Ocean program yesterday, totaling $345,000. These grants to Sri Lankan…

USAID Supports Sri Lanka’s Efforts in safely Transporting Pathological Waste

Thanks to the Ampara Regional Health Directorate and the American people, Ampara now has a vehicle to safely transport pathological waste.  Dr. Prasanga Serasinghe, the Regional Director of Health Services…

United States kick-off $20M Project to Support Small Businesses and empower Female Participation in Sri Lanka’s Labor Force

The United States launched a new Rs3.6 billion ($ 19.5  million) initiative to help small businesses and economically empower Sri Lankan women. The Private Sector Development Project, which is funded through…