Major issue country faced.uncountable number of illegal drugs usage increase day by day.No one take responsibility to control and stop it.most urban and rural schools children addicted to it.almost university students addicted to them.huge political involvement with the import of illegal drugs.youth with drugs we can't think gender equality.everything went wrong with this.Domestic violence increasing day by day.children are in unsafer environment. Long way to go for gender equality in srilanka.
One of the highlight of the country.There is no proper plan to manage garbage in urban and rural areas. should placed garbage bins every public places and maintain them.should get ideas from problem solved countries like japan,Singapore and Malaysia.Beauty of a country is almost important.We can't copy and paste all from these countries.we can do it our own way.should teach children to how to manage garbage at beginning of school education.separation and recycling waste can make country beautiful.
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In many areas of Sri Lanka the ideology of global warming and pollution is one that is scarcely heard. I would therefore like to suggest an informative workshop targeting middle school level children where they would be informed on the current global status and how their small contribution could help shape the future.
The workshops would be for the teachers where they would be provided with material to go out and share to their respective schools.
The poor borrow more, save less,drink and smoke more, exercise less and eat less healthfully.
This idea is to combat the underlying assumption that 'there is something wrong with them' .
In general low income earners are relatively poor one part of the year and relatively rich the other part, Since low income earners collect most of their income at irregular intervals.
This aims to initiate the a long term perspective to get rid of a situation where anyone would make dumb decisions.
It would be in a basic sense a monthly grant enough to pay for basic needs; food and shelter. It would be completely unconditional.
The ideology is that people would be able to buy what they need instead of providing what self appointed experts think they need.
Sri Lankan is 40% self-sufficient in Milk and yet there is a lot of way to go. There are more than 182000 farmers who engages in dairy industry in Sri Lanka and among that 99 % of them are smallholders. In order to increase their participation and productivity, we can use smart app based solutions in order to provide guidance and support needed for them. There is a huge crowd of youth who are studying animal science including myself in Sri Lankan universities who are ready to help. Also using IoT technologies their performances can be measured and little lower cost technological solutions can be introduced to them.
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