N.D.Asha Wijegunawardana

N.D.Asha Wijegunawardana

Mihintale

Department of Bioprocess Technology, Faculty of Technology, Rajarata University of Sri Lanka.

Senior Lecturer

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Published on Mar 06, 2021

Initiation of Mobile Vector Surveillance Unit (MVSU) & Vector surveillance Field surveys and selection of sandfly trapping locations were started at the Madawachchiya MOH area.

Initiation of Mobile Vector Surveillance Unit (MVSU) & Vector surveillanceField surveys and selection of sandfly trapping locations were started at the Madawachchiya MOH area.

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Published on Mar 02, 2021

TDR Crowdfunding challenge project team initiated a research collaboration with Prof. Suneth Agampodi, Professor of Community Medicine, at the Department of Community Medicine, Prof. Kosala Weerakoon, and Prof. N.K. Anjana Silva from the Department ...

TDR Crowdfunding challenge project team initiated a research collaboration with Prof. Suneth Agampodi, Professor of Community Medicine, at the Department of Community Medicine, Prof. Kosala Weerako...

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Published on Feb 17, 2021

A site where fieldwork has been planned to carry out.  

A site where fieldwork has been planned to carry out. 

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Published on Feb 12, 2021

Sand fly preservation and identification:

Sandfly preservation and identification:Sand flies captured on the sticky paper traps will be removed using small fine brushes; washed in a detergent and water, and finally preserved in 70% ethanol...

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Published on Feb 12, 2021

Selection of sandfly trapping sites

Selection of sandfly trapping sitesFurther discussions were made with Regional Director of Health Services (RDHS) and Madawchchiya MOH staff regarding the acceleration of the sand fly vector survei...

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Published on Feb 12, 2021

Collection of Sandflies

We are happy to let you know that few field experiments were alreadystarted in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka where our project location is situated. Inthe first experiment, we compared numbers of sandfli...

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Published on Feb 02, 2021

News at the Rajarata University website

News at the Rajarata University website

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Published on Nov 12, 2020

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Dear Backers, We appreciate you making the effort to come to our fundraising event for the TDR Crowdfunding Gallage project launched on the Experiment.com site. We had an amazing turnout, and we managed to bring in $ 1594 more in donations! Your attendance and support have played an important role in our event’s success—thank you. With your contribution, we’ll be able to control the sand fly and leishmaniasis disease in the Madawachchiya rural site in Sri Lanka. Your generosity and support are an encouraging reminder of why we started this fundraiser—to help the rural community in the Madawachchiya . With gratitude, Asha
Mar 10, 2021
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Dear Sagara, Thank you very much for your kind words. Please keep in touch.
Mar 07, 2021
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Dear Sir, Thank you very much for both your kind donation and encouraging words. Please keep in touch.
Mar 07, 2021
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Thank you very much sir.
Mar 05, 2021
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Dear Backers, We have fantastic news to share with you. We have completed our crowdfunding campaign. Thank you very much for the generosity you have shown during the fundraising phase. We have 3 full days left of our fundraiser and we are overwhelmed by the generosity and excitement for our campaign our community has shown. We’ve raised over our $ 5650 by $ 159. We have 83 supporters and that is absolutely inspiring. We will keep you updated once the project launch. Thank you very much for everything that you’ve done!
Mar 05, 2021
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Thanks a lot Steven, we are overwhelmed by the generosity and excitement for our campaign our community has shown. Please keep in touch with us.
Mar 05, 2021
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Thanks Prabhath for both your donation and kind wishes.
Mar 04, 2021
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Thanks Gayan.
Mar 03, 2021
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Hey everybody! Thanks for all of your support thus far for our crowdfunding campaign [https://experiment.com/projects/community-based-leishmaniasis-research-in-sri-lanka]! Thank you to everyone who has funded, shared, and gotten involved – we are so grateful for your support! We want to keep you posted on what we have accomplished so far: We raised 39% (2,183 USD) of the funds! Right now, we have 14 days and we still need to raise 3,467 USD of 5,650 USD that will allow us to control the sand fly and leishmaniasis disease in the Madawachchiya rural site in Sri Lanka. We are very excited to get this campaign off the ground! We are determined to meet and hopefully even exceed our goal, but we can’t do it without you. Please consider making a contribution and pass our campaign on to as many people as you can and help us get the rest of the way there. Sincerely, Thank you!
Feb 22, 2021
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Thanks a lot
Feb 16, 2021
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Dear Ivanthi, Glad to hear your enthusiasm for our project. And thank you for the kindness you've shown towards our crowdfunding campaign sucess. Please keep in touch.
Feb 11, 2021
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Dear Dr.Edward L. D'Antonio, We are so grateful that we are the recipients of your monetary donation. Thank you for your generosity and your belief in our cause. Your cash donation will help us achieve our fundraising goal for securing the life of the rural community from sandfly bites and leishmaniasis disease in the Madawachchiya area. Please stay tuned for project updates soon.
Feb 04, 2021
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