Three national initiatives for Sri Lanka’s development | Sunday Observer

Three national initiatives for Sri Lanka’s development

Richard de Zoysa, who heads Elite Security Lanka, together with a group of civic minded professionals, religious leaders and educationists, presented to the media and the distinguished gathering present, three National Initiatives – English, Ethics and Vocational Training, which if set into motion, will auger well for the future prosperity of this country and it’s people.

“I am hopeful that the President will endorse these as areas that are of vital importance for the future prosperity of all Sri Lankans,” de Zoysa said at the event.

“The President, the Government and Parliament are called upon to recognise the importance of English education for all , Ethics being taught from preschool to Year 3 in Primary School and Counseling made available in each and every school to direct school dropouts to an interested vocation,” he said.

De Zoysa stressed the fact that the foundation is the Government.

“Without the Government endorsing our long term vision, these initiatives will not see the light of day. When it is clearly established that these projects are a distinct reality.”