Islamic Relief Sri Lanka has extended its support to vulnerable students in Ampara and Vavuniya districts by providing them with dry food packs. These students, who come from selected schools in the districts, are facing financial difficulties and are in need of additional support. The distribution of dry food packs was carried out under the I-CARES project, which is funded by Islamic Relief Canada.

The I-CARES project aims to alleviate the suffering of vulnerable communities affected by poverty and food insecurity. The food packs provided contain essential items, which will provide much-needed nutrition and sustenance for these students and their families. Islamic Relief in Sri Lanka remains committed to supporting vulnerable communities in the country and providing them with sustainable solutions to address their immediate and long-term needs. Through the I-CARES project, the organization hopes to improve the lives of vulnerable students and their families, and help them overcome the challenges they face on a daily basis