Child Protection

Wednesday 17 August 2022

PRESS RELEASE : A first in Sri Lanka: English Tea Shop Organic invests in its employees and pilots the Child Benefit Allowance Initiative


(Left to right: ETS employee handing out certificate,  Ahila Thillainathan, Country Director- The Centre, Julian Chellappah, National Director – Save the Children Sri Lanka, Suranga Herath - CEO of English Tea Shop and Employee of ETS receiving the child benefit allowance initiative certification)  

Friday 29 July 2022

Launching of the Counter-Trafficking Project “IMPACT” to Combat Human Trafficking in Sri Lanka

Wednesday 8 June 2022

PRESS RELEASE: The wellbeing of women and children prioritised in businesses: Launching the “Mother and Child-Friendly Seal for Responsible Business”, a first for Sri Lanka.

Colombo, June 5th, 2022:

Monday 31 August 2020

Sri Lanka takes steps to prevent child trafficking

Monday 31 August 2020

Save the Children promotes ‘Businesses with a Heart’ initiative as Tea Industry commits to protect child rights in Tea supply chain

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