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    Baby Dilmah’s Birthday!

    Dilmah Wildlife Conservation has supported the Elephant Transit Home (ETH) in Udawalawe National Park since 2007 through many initiatives. Most recently, they sponsor ‘Baby Dilmah’, a calf found orphaned in Mattala by the Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) after her mother died of serious human-inflicted injuries. Baby Dilmah is one of the two orphaned elephant

    Wild Coast Lodge Shortlisted for Dezeen Awards 2019 – World’s Best Buildings

    The world’s most influential architecture, design and interiors magazine has shortlisted architecture projects from 31 countries across the globe, including Cambodia, Fiji, Peru, Russia and in Sri Lanka, Wild Coast Tented Lodge. The shortlist was selected by a panel of leading architects and industry figures. The longlist of 267 architecture projects were whittled down using three criteria, scoring

    Sri Lanka status update

    We are saddened and shocked by the attacks that took place on Easter Sunday and share our deepest sympathies with those affected. Sri Lanka has remained a peaceful island for the past decade and the attacks were unrelated to previous civil unrest in the country that ended in 2009. Our security has been significantly tightened

    Leopard and Biodiversity Research and Conservation in Norwood area

    Leopard and Biodiversity Research and Conservation in the Norwood, Castlereigh and Bogawanthalawa Valley areas bordering Peak Wilderness Sanctuary Dunkeld Conservation Station, June 2017. Continued research being carried out by The Wilderness & Wildlife Conservation Trust (WWCT) within the surrounding area that borders the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary is revealing some remarkable results. The Dunkeld Conservation Research

    Empower Culinary & Hospitality School’s inaugural graduates felicitated in international event

    The Empower Culinary & Hospitality School, Sri Lanka’s premier culinary and hospitality facility with World Association of Chefs’ Societies (WACS) recognition, is an outcome of the philosophy of MJF Foundation Settlor Merrill J. Fernando that, business is a matter of human service. Founded on the principle that every individual has the ability to succeed and