Kinniya division villages to be developed

[TamilNet, Thursday, 23 February 2006, 16:34 GMT]
The North East Coastal Community Development Project (NECCDEP) funded by the World Bank (WB) has selected eleven Grama Niladhari units in the Kinniya divisional secretariat division in the Trincomalee district for development. As a first phase reconstruction of destroyed infrastructure facilities is to take place with the participation of the people, NECCDEP sources said.



In addition micro loan facilities, vocational training and awareness programmes are also to be implemented in these villages, sources said.

The selected Grama Niladhari divisions are, Soorankal, Faizal Nagar, Annal Nagar, Mancholaichenai, Periyattumunai, Alankerni, Rahumaniya Nagar, Sinna Kinniya, Maharoof Nagar, Samavachchan Theivu and Eachchantheivu, sources said.

Kinniya Vision, a local non-governmental organization, has been selected as the implementing partner for the development projects identified in Soorankal GN division, sources said.

The need-assessment workshop was conducted recent in Soorankal with the participation of the people of the village, sources said.

 

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