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Empowerment of Community 

Communities have diverse needs depending on the state of the infrastructure, the average household income and available opportunities for economic activities.  

Our prime objectives are providing vocational and professional training and guidance for the people living in underprivileged areas. We believe in going to the grass roots and driving change for which we have selected a model of empowering communities. Mainly, we provide basic infrastructure or necessities and enable them to improve their existence and enhance their performance. 

We also recognize the role of supporting local cultures and some of our community projects reflect this important aspect that enriches our lives and inculcates values.

Handing over ceremony of the restored Kindgalla Tank in Bibile was conducted with the presence of Managing Director of Sampath Bank.

Inauguration ceremony of the restoration of the sluice gate of Nalawagama Tank in Nochchiyagama under “Wewata Jeewayak” programme.

Strengthening the nation’s ability to fight the COVID-19 global pandemic, Sampath Bank, CBL Group and WSO2 jointly donated a fully equipped PCR laboratory to the Army Hospital in Colombo at a cost of Rs.32Mn.

Installation of Water Purification Plant at Vidhu Aruna Maha Vidyalaya, Mahawilachchiya, in the Anuradhapura district.

Inauguration of Sampath Bank’s 8th tank restoration project to renovate Kindagalla Tank in Bibile under ‘Wewata Jeewayak’ programme.

Sampath Bank facilitated Elayapattuwa Divisional Hospital, Anuradhapura by constructing a ‘Suwa Piyasa’ building as a part of its ‘Hope for a Life’ CSR Programme.

Ceremonial opening of sluice gate of renovated Ambagahawewa Tank in Kahatagasdigiliya under the ‘Wewata Jeewayak’ programme.

Ceremonial opening of sluice gate of renovated Dhanyawa Tank in Divulankadawala, Medirigiriya under the ‘Wewata Jeewayak’ programme.

Sampath Bank donated a critically needed ventilator to the National Hospital of Sri Lanka

Restoration of Danyawa tank in Medirigiriya, Hingurakgoda under the “Wewata Jeewayak” programme.

“Wewata Jeewayak” - Restoration of Ambagaswewa in Kahatagasdigiliya.