• Whata��s in a zoo? – An introduction to Dehiwala Zoo for students of the Elizabeth Moir School

    The Otara Foundation attended a general assembly held at the Elizabeth Moir School to highlight to the students of the senior school the plight of the animals in the Dehiwala Zoo and any other establishment that keeps animals in captivity. The students were invited to compare the stark differences between captive animals and those who […]

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  • Otara’s Visit to Norochcholai

    Otara visited Norochcholai to witness first hand the impact the coal power plant hasA� in the area. She visited several sites surrounding the Norochcholai Power Plant and met with many individuals who have been affected by the coal fly ash which is not only considered a threat to the environment but is also affecting the […]

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  • Open Waste Dumps and Garbage Consumption by Wild Elephants

    The Species Conservation Centre of Sri Lanka conducted the first phase of the project from August to December 2015.A� They visited 8 districts within 5 provinces, and found 12 large scale and 20 small scale waste dumping sites frequented by elephants. Whilst more research must be conducted to understand the effects on elephants in areas […]

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  • Where is Our Compassion?

    Creating awareness on the inhumanity and torture that so many animals go through for our entertainment. Animals are notA� spectacles to imprison, or meant to be used to give rides on. Yet thousands of these animals are forced to performA� confusing tricks under the threat of physical punishment; are captured from the wild and sold […]

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  • New Year 2016 – A Year of Compassion

    The campaign highlighted the ability each of us have to make a difference in the lives of all living beings who have a desire to be loved and live free and the capacity we have to create a compassionate Sri Lanka that respects, values and truly protects our people, animals and forests. Urispas tab price

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  • World Wild Life Day

    Highlighting the role all citizens have in conserving our immensely diverse and valuable wildlife and encouraging a society that respects, values and protects our animals. Cheap purim masks

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  • Koskulana Mini Hydro Project alongside Sinharaja Rainforest Buffer Zone

    Despite the leaders of Sri Lanka pledging to reduce deforestation during the climate summit, rainforests in Sri Lanka continue to be destroyed at an alarming rate. A new and significant threat comes in the form of mini-hydro projects currently in construction with government approval within protected reserves and environmentally sensitive highly biodiverse catchment areas. Each […]

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  • World Bio Diversity Day

    As an island, Sri Lanka is blessed with vast ecosystem diversity due to its geo-climatic variations. On World Bio Diversity Day Otara spread awareness and highlighted the importance of conserving and protecting all life forms, before it is too late. Buy sertraline zoloft

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  • World Wetlands Day

    Creating awareness across social media on the importance of maintaining our ecosystem and the detrimental impact it can have on in many areas affecting people, animalsA� and valuable habitats, if we dona��t act now to stop the destruction and polution

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  • The Mount Lavinia Beach Clean Up

    Otara joined a group of enthusiastic, young individuals wanting to be a part of the change in protecting and keeping Sri Lanka clean. Over 500 kg of recyclables and trash were collected.

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