On the 9th of February, SLYCAN Trust organised a capacity building workshop for the youth who are interested in developing solutions to address global challenges such as climate change. This meeting was organised as part of the Stage II of the Global Youth Forum on Climate Change (GYFCC), that was organised as part of the “Sri Lanka NEXT – a Blue Green Era” Conference, by the Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment, the Climate Change Secretariat, SLYCAN Trust and Meatless Monday Sri Lanka. fa
SLYCAN Trust organised a day of assessments for children with special needs in Hikkaduwa as part of its project titled Give a Voice. The project aims to provide assessments of communication skills to children with special needs (autistic, children with down syndrome), free therapy sessions for children with special needs from families with financial difficulties, empower children with special needs through skills development.