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As a responsible corporate citizen, Sri Lanka Telecom regards the development of the community as of the utmost importance. In one sense, as the national telecommunication service provider, we pay close attention to improving digital literacy across the country when designing policies for our network and infrastructure expansion, and continuously work towards bridging the digital divide by enhancing accessibility and affordability of broadband and ICT technologies to all people throughout Sri Lanka; we are also passionate about creating a future ready new generation and empowering women through ICT education and awareness given ICT’s crucial role in bridging the gender digital divide and in accelerating the nation’s development. Through introducing the right technology at the right time, to the right place, we also seek to empower the education, health and entertainment sectors as well as professionals, promoting the digital lifestyle to enhance the living standards of the people, transforming the way people work, study, play and entertain themselves.

We also go beyond our core business to empower individuals, organizations and professional bodies, schools, hospitals and institutes, sports and worthy causes through various means. This includes the initiation of humanitarian responses in times of disaster as well as ongoing projects to bring hope to the less fortunate and to be a source of strength for the differently-abled . We engage in these because our heart is for the people and the community, to be a real part of their everyday lives, adding value and making a difference wherever possible.

Education support & awareness

Heritage calendars and complimentary items

Sri Lanka Telecom is committed to “preserving heritage for tomorrow”, for the benefit of the future generations to ensure long term sustainability of the country’s rich natural and cultural heritage. The SLT 2016 calendar is produced under the sub-theme  “Traditional Rice of Sri Lanka”. Through it, SLT aims to raise awareness among the general public about the uses and importance of Traditional Rice, encourage use and  their preservation for future generations.

Past calendars

2017 : Traditional Rice of Sri Lanka.

2016 : Wild Fruits of Sri Lanka.

2015 : Corals of Sri Lanka.

Past SLT calendars have been produced under themes such as Medicinal Plants, Endemic Birds, Orchids, Fresh Water Fish, Gok Kalawa, Corals of Sri Lanka. and Kolam Masks of Sri Lanka. The 2009 calendar focused on Endemic Butterflies of Sri Lanka. With butterfly species declining the world over due to increased and careless use of pesticides and insecticides, it was deemed that while Sri Lanka's butterfly population is yet not endangered, it would be timely to create awareness of the danger they were in and appreciate the beauty of these amazing insects.

Facilitates inplant training

Sri Lanka Telecom continues to facilitate inplant training by providing comprehensive on-the-job training for students from various  institutes and universities island-wide at SLT’s premises with state of the art facilities. These programs include practical training programmes that allow for study area rotation in such a way that allows the students to gain exposure to the latest technologies available today. We have been providing training under various fields such as engineering, information technology, marketing, human resources, finance etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book donation programme commemorates its 10th consecutive year

Continuing with the book donation agenda founded in 2004, in partnership with the Asia Foundation, a series of distribution programmes were conducted in 2013 as well. An important community investment to enhance information, education and English Language skills of students and teachers across the island, the programme which was initiated under the theme “Spreading the wealth of knowledge”, seeks to distribute books and other educational materials to libraries in a range of institutes across the island including schools, universities, vocational institutes as well as other organizations, with an annual distribution of over 100,000 books.

Capacity Building

In a bid to bridge the country’s skills gap and attract greater foreign direct investment in 2013, SLT strongly supported Sri Lanka’s efforts to showcase the country’s technological and ICT capabilities vis-à-vis a number of high profile forums and exhibitions.

Exhibitions (demonstrates technology and capabilities of technologies)
  • INFOTEL 2007 - 2015

  • Techno 2015

  • Deyata Kirula 2014

  • CHOGM

 

Conferences (provides total ICT requirements for the forums and facilitate as a lead sponsor)
  • FutureGov SAARC

  • National Law Conference 2013 – Bar Association of Sri Lanka

  • 26th Annual Conference and National APEX Awards

  • National Engineering Conference – IESL

  • Awareness through demonstrations of technology and capabilities to the audiences of exhibitions like INFOTEL.

  • 2013, Techno.

 

Sponsorships

Empowering sports
  • Katukurunda Motor Races

  • National Olympic Committee – Olympic Day Run, National Olympic Academy Sessions.

  • Sri Lanka Government Service Sports Meet.

Empowering professionalism
  • CIM annual events

  • CIMA Business Leaders’

  • Summit

  • CNCI Achievers’ Awards

  • National HR Conference

Empowering national enterprise
  • Deyata Kirula 2014

  • Sri Lanka National bibliography 50th Anniversary – National Library and Documentation Services Board

  • World Postal Day – Department of Posts

  • Reflections of Sri Lanka – Ministry of Industry and Commerce

 

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