All children are empowered to participate in the realisation of their rights and achieve the maximum potential in life without discrimination.
To improve opportunities for vulnerable children through training, empowerment and awareness programmes that stimulate learning, develop prospects and increase life chances. We work to ensure that all children are safe, happy and healthy.
The T.E.A. Project works to empower Sri Lankan children from poverty
We provide training, support and guidance to schools, orphanages and grass roots organisations; working directly with marginalised, vulnerable children and young people from poor communities.
The project helps give young people a voice. A voice which develops ambition, skills, knowledge and opportunities for underprivileged children. Unlocking a child’s hidden potential.
Children need to feel valued as important individuals with active rights; principles that will help guide their future's.
Every child should grow respecting diversity and experience how helping others is a basic human right.
We believe passionately that developing skills, aspirations and confidence in young people is key to securing a positive and sustainable future for the next generation.
The T.E.A. Project is based in Kandy, within the Central Highland Province. Like the unique Kandyan weather the ethnic and religious context is as strong and diverse with Sinhalese, Tamil, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and Christian communities sharing the close proximity of the city. We support children from the poorest urban and rural areas throughout Sri Lanka where education and lives have been disrupted by poor economics, war, poverty, abuse and natural disaster.
The T.E.A. Project donates its services nationally to assist organisations who give support to thousands of vulnerable children and families. Our tailor-made training is what makes The T.E.A. Project unique; made to meet any learning objectives.