The Price of Peace

The dead from Sri Lanka’s 30 year Eelam Wars are beyond help. The wounded and disabled from all communities still need your help because willingly or unwillingly they paid in full, the price for peace.

A disabled soldier at an athletic event, 2010

A child from the East.

War-wounded Tamil family, Jaffna

Disabled soldier (with Jaipur foot) in wheelchair

A Jaffna lady being measured for a Jaipur foot.

Mourners at a military funeral, Sri Lanka, 2004

How to help

The Halo Trust

A de-miner’s blog – The Danish De-Mining Group

Child Rehabilitation Centre, Ampara

Jaipur Foot by The Colombo Friend-in-Need Society


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