'Teaching English as a Second Language' a Training Program designed to fill the vacuum caused by shortage of English Teachers especially in Rural Area schools within Mutur Zonal Education area was launched on 30.07.2021. This program was initiated and implemented by 3CD in collaboration with Zonal Education Office, Mutur.Read more
implement a training program on Teaching English as a Second Language to address the shortage of English Teachers in rural schools.Read more
Live Interview at VTV Tamil About "Teaching English as a Second Language"Read more
Special Training Program in collaboration with Zonal Education Office, Mutur for GCE AL qualified Students to become an English Teacher. Application Download Application GuideRead more
Due to Corona pandemic most of the work are put on hold. However ‘No Orphan Without Education Project’ for 100 families will continue.
Due to Corona pandemic most of the work are put on hold. However 'No Orphan Without Education Project' for 100 families will continue. The following projects are planned for this year when the when the movements of people comes to normal. English language Development program. Early Childhood Development program. Environmental Issues. Work camp. Link Language Program. Developing Scholarship Fund Poor Undergraduate Students which is currently underway.Read more
Two incredible months at Peace centre Sarah Johns Nielsen from Denmark For approximately two years ago, I was 19 years old and had just finished the danish version of high school. I knew I wanted to take a break from school, and I knew I wanted to explore the world. To do that, I had to earn quite a lot of money, so I got a job and worked for half a year. Up until my travels to Asia I had only visited western countries, and I felt an urge to explore the eastern side of the globe. I wanted to widen my perspective on the world and the people who lived in it, and it became clear to me, that the best way to do that was to get a close and very concentrated experience with locals. That let me to consider doing voluntary work. My way to Peace centre in Mutur was through the danish organisation Global contact. I had heard of it from friends, and as I looked through their website, I quickly decided that I wanted to volunteer in Sri Lanka. On their website, they described Sri Lanka as a beautiful country where tourism hadn’t yet taken roots, and to me that sounded like the perfect way to get an authentic and honest view of an – to me – unknown culture. In February 2019 I sat in a bus from Kandy to Mutur with my two danish travel partners. I was excited and nervous at...Read more
Dear All, This is Germano, an italian volunteer writing to you from Muthur, a relative small town under the administration of Trincomalee district. Well, Muthur is one of the hundred thousands unknown places in the world which is located in the Eastern province of Sri Lanka; one among the others with its own past and present, unfortunately not a fairy-tale one; hopefully with a brighter future. I decided to have volunteering experience after I had realized that it was time for me to do something useful; that of course does not mean something useful for myself such just working for earning my own life and living in the comfort of my country. When I say useful I mean doing something helpful for others who actually need some real support, doing something to be kept for long in the future. The only thing I knew was that I could offer my volunteer service as an English teacher and that I wanted to do that in an Asian country (just because when I think of Asia countries I think about their meditative and calm atmospheres), so I started my research. I looked in the list of project proposed by SCI and I finally found 2 long term project in Sri Lanka, one held in Kandy, one of the main city in the Central Province, and the other in Muthur; I applied with no hesitation. I didn’t know anything about those places at that time except for some basic geography knowledge of Sri...Read more