EXPLORE THE HISTORY
By providing regular medical and dental checkups, curative care and medicine, we ensure each child’s and their parents' growth and
Empowering poor children and youth takes specialized programs to ensure they have the skills and abilities they’ll need to become
self-sufficient adults capable of escaping poverty.
We support basic education by providing benefits such as school supplies, fees and uniforms. by providing support like tutoring programs
and scholarships that help qualified youth complete secondary school and attend vocational training, colleges and universities.
A big part of improving the lives and futures of poor children is bettering their families’ living conditions. We work with sponsored
families to help fulfill basic necessities, and use our network of community volunteers to alert us when specific families need extra
Good nutrition is difficult to maintain for families struggling to provide the basic essentials for their children. We provide malnutrition
screenings and nutritional rehabilitation for children who need it. We also offer nutrition education programs to sponsored children
and their parents so they can make healthy choices and improve the nutritional value of the meals they prepare.
Our unique Youth Programs are designed to give sponsored youth a wide variety of tools to help them stay in school, engage in positive
activities, make informed decisions, and improve themselves, their families and their communities.
One of the best ways to impact a poor child’s life is to improve the community in which they live. We do this through a variety of
projects that impact thousands of children and their families on a daily basis
WHAT IS DAHAM SEVANE SINGITHTHO?
Daham Sevane Singiththo, the Children's Development Foundation established in on 20th November 1990, in Bodirajaramaya of Army head quarters of Panagoda Sri Lanka, is the largest provider of early education and after-school services for children in the City and Country.
Daham Sevane Singiththo
Children's Development Foundation