Welcome

Welcome to the Still Waters family ….

After over 20 years of caring for children in a residential setting in Tangalle in the south of Sri Lanka, we are now in the process of developing a new model of care. We have changed to caring for vulnerable and needy families in their own homes. We have identified 20 poor families who are receiving financial and emotional support to enable them to provide a secure home for their children. This change has been agreed in consultation with the Probation and Childcare Services who are very supportive. When a family has been identified they will be eligible for a monthly grant to meet the expenses of caring for a child/children. Still Waters staff will visit each family at least once a month to support and monitor the caring service. It has been well over two years since we were last able to visit Sri Lanka because of Covid-19 restrictions, and now – as you may have heard/seen on the news recently – the political situation has resulted in much violence and unrest pouring out onto the streets.
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Caring for Vulnerable Children in Sri Lanka

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“We thank you for your prayers and generous support of the work of Still Waters and look forward to your continued partnership in the care of both children and families.”

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Welcome

Welcome to the Still Waters

family ….

After over 20 years of caring for children in a residential setting in Tangalle in the south of Sri Lanka, we are now in the process of developing a new model of care. We have changed to caring for vulnerable and needy families in their own homes. We have identified 20 poor families who are receiving financial and emotional support to enable them to provide a secure home for their children. This change has been agreed in consultation with the Probation and Childcare Services who are very supportive. When a family has been identified they will be eligible for a monthly grant to meet the expenses of caring for a child/children. Still Waters staff will visit each family at least once a month to support and monitor the caring service. It has been well over two years since we were last able to visit Sri Lanka because of Covid-19 restrictions, and now – as you may have heard/seen on the news recently – the political situation has resulted in much violence and unrest pouring out onto the streets.
Working Here
Helping There

Where is the Still Waters Trust Located?

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S T I L L W A T E R S T R U S T Caring for Vulnerable Children in Sri Lanka
“We thank you for your prayers and generous support of the work of Still Waters and look forward to your continued partnership in the care of both children and families.”
What is the Capital of Sri Lanka? Sri Lanka is one of the Asian countries with two capitals alongside North Korea …. Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte is the administrative capital and Columbo is the commercial centre of Sri Lanka. Faced with the problem of congestion in the Capital city of Columbo, the government of Sri Lanka designated Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte as the countriy’s administrative capital.

Welcome

Welcome to the Still Waters family ….

After over 20 years of caring for children in a residential setting in Tangalle in the south of Sri Lanka, we are now in the process of developing a new model of care. We have changed to caring for vulnerable and needy families in their own homes. We have identified 20 poor families who are receiving financial and emotional support to enable them to provide a secure home for their children. This change has been agreed in consultation with the Probation and Childcare Services who are very supportive. When a family has been identified they will be eligible for a monthly grant to meet the expenses of caring for a child/children. Still Waters staff will visit each family at least once a month to support and monitor the caring service. It has been well over two years since we were last able to visit Sri Lanka because of Covid-19 restrictions, and now – as you may have heard/seen on the news recently – the political situation has resulted in much violence and unrest pouring out onto the streets.
© Still Waters Trust 2022 All Rights Reserved
Working Here
Helping There
“We thank you for your prayers and generous support of the work of Still Waters and look forward to your continued partnership in the care of both children and families.”

Where is the Still Waters Trust Located?

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Caring for Vulnerable Children in Sri Lanka S T I L L  W A T E R S TRUST