Forty-three underprivileged youth from vulnerable communities and 07 staff from the Methodist Church Peliyagoda Community Development (MCPCD) project participated in an experiential learning programme designed and conducted by Sanctuary House on the 25th of March. Topics covered included learning to make wise choices, prioritising study assignments, setting life goals, communicating effectively, and conflict resolution among peers. All these were explored by the participants using experiential activities.
- March 15, 2023
- DAY PROGRAMS
This was a strategic planning session conducted for the Livelihood sector of Alliance Development trust with the participation of livelihood staff and other sector heads.
Results Training supported by Sanctuary House trainers successfully hosted 15 MBA students from Oxford College…
Following the Annual Christmas event organized by the KEPUNGODA SENIOR CITIZENS’ SOCIETY hosted by Sanctuary…