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    Dilmah Tea Founder Merrill J. Fernando has been capped as a Doctor of Science by Massey

    In recognition of his strong leadership in ethical business within the food and beverage industry, our chairman and founder of globally renowned Dilmah Tea was capped as Doctor of Science by Massey University in New Zealand. “This degree is one of our highest honours and recognises Dr Fernando’s great contribution to the tea industry and

    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

    Bundala School Partnership Project – led by Wild Coast Lodge. Supported by MJF Kids.

    Resplendent Ceylon has pledged to foster a rural school located close to Wild Coast Lodge as part of our community outreach projects by providing continued support on a long-term basis in terms of infrastructure, specialist training and personal skills development programs. Bundala Kanishta Vidyala is more than 100 years old and has classes ranging from

    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