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The CRC is an social service organization established to.

  Take care of the victims of the disasters and the conflict.
 Provide Relief, Rehabilitation and Development initiatives in the targeted geographical area.
  Collect the necessary data for the Rehabilitation and development.
  Play a key role in recovery and the development coordination at the regional level, including effective representation, coordination and partnership-building with district administrations, and other stakeholders.
  Maintains a comprehensive overview of development interventions in the region through regular communication with other stake holders.
  Facilitates opportunities for cross-project planning and implementation through joint field visits, joint needs assessments and technical assessments.
  Ensures proper implementation of the donor project portfolio based on continuous monitoring and analysis of the most critical recovery and development needs, response capacities, operational environment.
  Liaises with local authorities, UN Agencies and civil society in the areas of early recovery to facilitate information exchange and collaboration and cooperation on project implementation.
 
  Book Launched
The Launched of the Coffee table book 1975- 2014 will be hosted on February 25 2014 from 5pm to 6pm by the Lakshman Kadiragamar Institute for International Relations and Strategic Studies, in collaboration with the Center for Reconciliation and Co-exixtence. The Kadiragamar Institute would sincerely appreciate your contribution in bringing awareness to this event prior to the date in the next issue of your publication/broadcasting. The chief guest for this event is Secretary to the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development. Gotabhaya Rajapaksha.    Read more >>
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