A holistic rural community development model seeking to bridge the gap between the urban and rural communities via 10 empowerment divisions across 300+ villages island-wide reaching over 28,000 beneficiaries annually, free of cost.
Swimming the length of Sri Lanka’s Coastline
A Scottish school girl raises funds to help under-served communities in Sri Lanka.
The Trinity Academy in Edinburgh conducts an annual sports tour overseas. This year Sri Lanka had been the chosen destination for a hockey and rugby tour for the school. The tragic terror attack on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka and the following travel advisories led to the cancellation of this tour.
A sixth year student at Trinity Academy, Charlotte Drainer, decide to not let this unfortunate turn of events hold her back, putting aside her disappointment with the resolution to do what she could to help under-served communities in Sri Lanka…
I had no skills. My future was uncertain and I felt that the world was very unfair to me. I had no means of making a living until I learned new skills from the Women’s Enterprise Centre. Now I am capable of earning a living for the rest of my life
After A/Levels I had no real options but one of my friends gave me information about FoG and I followed the Programming and Web Design courses at their IT Centre. Now I am a senior QAT for Trax Smart Recognition Retail System. FoG led me to the best opportunity I ever had in my life, the people at FoG did not let me down.
I lost three of my sisters and my nephew on the day of the tsunami. I was afraid of the ocean after that but wanted to overcome it and learn to dive. Because of the skills I gained at the FoG Diving & Training Centre I am now a skilled diver working in Dubai as a lifeguard.
I mortgaged my house to go overseas for employment and lost it. Now my family lives with my Uncle and if not for FoG I would not be able to provide for them. I am earning a salary today because of the NVQ 4 Certificate level training I received at the Electrical Installation Course.