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Investing in young people, can create a long term sustainable effect

We are a group of young people working to create social awareness and evidence-based approach to build a sustainable healthy environment. We support the Sustainable Development Goals 3: Health and wellbeing

Sri Lanka Today A Snap Shot


21.7 Million (2015)

Life Expectancy 

75 Years Old

Human Development Index

0.766 (Global rank: 73rd) ​

Health Expenditure

3% of total GDP

How we do

Research & Evidence base approach

Social Health Awareness

Transformation of Knowlege through learning


Explore the Health, News & Events

News & Events

Why focus on children and Adolescent?

The finding saws that 70% of premature deaths in adults can be linked back to behaviours that start in the adolescent. 

In 2012 Young people aged 12-24 years, comprised almost a quarter of the world's population. These young people are often not a priority area for health services or research, although their life choices and behaviours will have a huge impact on the future health and success of the nations in which they live.

Other Servies and way you can contribute to us

Blood Donation Register 

Register your name for Volunteering blood donating database. One day your blood will save 3 people.

ASK us!

Any question regarding Sexual and reproductive health, Please Ask Us! we will give you the best possible options near you.

Join Our Team

Join Our team, to make a valuable contribution towards the elimination of avoidable NCDs in Sri Lanka

Resources and Publication

This report presents information for each country related to their achievement of the NCD progress monitoring indicators.

Support Our Program

Global Action Towards NCDs

The WHO Global NCD Action Plan 2013-2020 follows on from commitments made by Heads of State and Government in the United Nations Political Declaration on the Prevention and Control of NCDs (resolution A/RES/66/2), recognizing the primary role and responsibility of Governments in responding to the challenge of NCDs and the important role of international cooperation to support national efforts.

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