SRI LANKA  by   Ravindra Ranasinha
Asian elephants
They are our assets
Wonderful Nature
Rural Villages
Mesmerizing Coastal Belt
Fisherfolk
Hill Country
Mountains
Social Diversity
Muslims in Sri Lanka
Multi-religious
A country where Buddhism is protected.
Poverty: a serious issue
Rapidly increasing Cost of Living: a question faced by the Sri Lankans
Internally Displaced People – an unresolved issue
No houses yet, eventhough promised.
Freedom of Expression – a serious issue in Sri Lanka
Massive scale ‘Developmental Programmes’.
Floods: a result of damaging the environment for ‘Development’.
‘ Developmental programmes’ affect nature seriously causing floods.
Hope for a better future.
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Sri lanka pros and cons

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This presentation helps to understand the positives and negatives that prevail in Sri Lanka and helps those who want to do any study on the country to identify the diverse aspects that could be dealt with.

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Sri lanka pros and cons

  1. 1. SRI LANKA by Ravindra Ranasinha
  2. 2. Asian elephants
  3. 3. They are our assets
  4. 4. Wonderful Nature
  5. 5. Rural Villages
  6. 6. Mesmerizing Coastal Belt
  7. 7. Fisherfolk
  8. 8. Hill Country
  9. 9. Mountains
  10. 10. Social Diversity
  11. 11. Muslims in Sri Lanka
  12. 12. Multi-religious
  13. 13. A country where Buddhism is protected.
  14. 14. Poverty: a serious issue
  15. 15. Rapidly increasing Cost of Living: a question faced by the Sri Lankans
  16. 16. Internally Displaced People – an unresolved issue
  17. 17. No houses yet, eventhough promised.
  18. 18. Freedom of Expression – a serious issue in Sri Lanka
  19. 19. Massive scale ‘Developmental Programmes’.
  20. 20. Floods: a result of damaging the environment for ‘Development’.
  21. 21. ‘ Developmental programmes’ affect nature seriously causing floods.
  22. 22. Hope for a better future.

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