A selected number of German Table Tennis Clubs had been invited to take part in our ASIAN GERMAN SPORTS EXCHANGE PROGRAM to visit Sri Lanka during 2015/2016. Among the Senior Table Tennis Teams – Women/Men – the Sri Lanka Table Tennis is hopeful, that some GERMAN JUNIOR TEAMS too will join. Avoiding the Christmas Holidays, […]
Our construction project in the eastern part of the island in the district TRINCOMALEE going forward. Look at the pictures themselves
In Sri Lanka about 35,000 people were on 26 December 2004 by the tsunami lost their lives and over a million homeless, ie 22% of the population are affected by this natural disaster. Over 800 km of coastline were overwhelmed by the waves and flooded 4.4% of the total land area.
A major problem for Sri Lanka is the high proportion of non-swimmers. This is problematic for the island mainly because many people earn their living by fishing. Was strengthened by the addition of water dieAngst before the December 2004 tsunami, which confirmed a study carried out in March.
The project “Little Feet” Football Program has as its goal, children between 4 – to bring 8 years playing the sport of football in more detail with the help of targeted workouts central feature is that both boys and girls already impressed very young age for football sports. should be.
Through this project between German families and Sri Lankan school-aged children and their families sponsorships closed. This would allow the special talent of the child are not only financially, but also morally encouraged and supported.
Swimming lessons for teachers The surprisingly high proportion of non-swimmers on a little washed by the warm Indian Ocean island always justifies incredulous astonishment. Sri Lanka lives of fishing u. Is dependent on non-floating fishermen, a AGSEP project with heart
The organizations AGSEP and “Peace Village International” have asked the Central Sports School for Intercultural Integration in Nattandiya in a joint action completed and opened. Our special thanks to the donations initiators Yvonne Sailer of Germany, Mrs. Romy Geiser from Switzerland and especially and moments “We help children” as well as the ex-intern (s) from […]