As said by
Rtr. Binod Madhubashitha,
“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”
It was the dawn of 22nd of April. The mighty gift was waving her hands to us when we reached there in the middle of the birds’ chirping, who is willing to be presented to the diligent hands. They might be whispering about that day of hope. So without any delay, we, the Rotaractors of the University of Moratuwa with the hands of London Stock Exchange Group began to finish the unfinished business.
Rainbow of Hope – Phase 2 is a sub project under ‘Grama Prabodhaya’ which is dedicated to painting and completing the remaining work of the newly constructed building at Ranugalla Kanishta Vidyalaya, Monaragala. Showing the strength of the unity, we made it colorful. It was not a difficult task to do the electrical wiring throughout the whole building.
Project Rainbow of Hope was focused on the 10th goal of Sustainable Development Goals which is Reduced Inequalities. We as Rotaractors went there and helped in constructing the building and adding colour to their dreams. By completing Rainbow of Hope – Phase 2, we were able to make our vision turn into action and make the dreams of those students come true by developing the facilities in this rural village called “Ranugalla”.
On the second day, 23rd of April parallel to the Inspirer 2017, we were able to finish the painting work and the electrical wiring. Especially, we should mention about the London Stock Exchange Group crew who joined us and worked hard to see the beautiful smiles of those children.
There is one more thing we always do when we go to the village Ranugalla. Whenever we are there, we forget about the world around us and feel the freedom and the unequal happiness. So, once again, we were fortunate enough to feel the comfort of the water of the river before leaving that blissful village.
At the end of the second day, our minds were free and happy that we could able to complete according to the plan. As our hearts desired, we could witness their bright eyes implying the rainbow of hope they had while we were leaving the place.