‘Viru Kekulu’ kids at Ipalogama Army Seva Vanitha Unit (ASVU) - managed pre-school staged their esthetic skills annual concert held at Kekirawa Central College premises on Monday (6 November).
The monthly meeting of the Army Seva Vanitha Unit (ASVU) at Army Headquarters was held on Tuesday (7 November), presided by Mrs. Janaki Liyanage, President, ASVU.
The Sri Lanka Army Medical Corps Seva Vanitha Branch (SLAMC - SVB) in coordination with the Sri Lanka Army Medical Corps Regimental Centre on account of the World’s Children’s Day in heartwarming ceremony entertained 46 Grade 5 achievers of SLAMC families on Sunday (29 October).
Members of the Special Forces and civil employees whose wives are pregnant and ready for delivery shortly received basic maternity essentials, valued at more than Rs 2.5 million, thanks to the patronage, extended by the famous entrepreneur...
To coincide with the World Children's Day, the Gemunu Watch Seva Vanitha Branch (GW - SVB) with the support of 8 GW troops staged a children’s day programme to illuminate the spirits of the children at ‘Mithuru Mithuro’ Children’s Home in Pelmadulla on Sunday (29 Oct).
The Military Intelligence Corps Seva Vanitha Branch (MIC-SVB) on account of the World Children's day staged a distribution of school accessories and shoes among 44 children of MIC families on Tuesday (24 October) at the MIC Regimental Centre in Karandeniya.
‘Viru Kekulu’ kids at Minneriya staged their annual concert showcasing their talents on Friday (03 Oct) at the Giritalegama Central College.
Military Intelligence Corps (MIC) Seva Vanitha Ladies with the support of a group of philanthropists erected a new bathroom facility and a tube well including a submersible water pump and a 1000 litre overhead water tank for a needy family of a late Senior Non-Commissioned Officer who passed away in 2021.
Kids learning at ‘Viru Kekulu’ pre-school in Galle had their annual concert on Tuesday (31 October), attended by Mrs. Janaki Liyanage, President, Army Seva Vanitha Unit (ASVU) as the Chief Guest.
Captain (Dr) L.A.D.G Chandrasiri, a Gynecologist and Obstetrician based in Army Base Hospital - Colombo, delivered an enriching lecture on ‘Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer’. This insightful session was held at the Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps (SLAWC) Regimental Centre in Borella on Monday (23 October).