A group of second year undergraduates of the Moratuwa University facilitated a pilgrimage for 16 visually handicapped people of the Ceylon School for the deaf and blind in Ratmalana to climb Adam's Peak on Tuesday. It was a concept of undergraduate Sandun Ranjan Kothalawala.
The undergraduates paid the expenses incurred by the pilgrims. A father of one undergraduate had provided white canes to the visually handicapped. Pix by Rekha Tharangani
Ajja Wednesday, 25 April 2018 16:53
University of Moratuwa (Mora) is an iconic university not in Sri Lanka, but worldwide. It had made great engineers for the world. Now they are setting standards for CSR too. Great work Mora !!! heads down.
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