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Donations for Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka
Ministry of Health Sri Lanka is committed to provide better quality public health care services for all citizens of the country. However, the Ministry has to deal with rising costs of health care due to ever increasing health needs, demands and expectations of people. This has become a cause of concern needing action. Against this background, Ministry of Health wishes to accept donations, contributions and assistance from donors, Philanthropist and well-wishers both locally and internationally for provision of quality health care for people in this country.
Good will – Range of Possibilities
Your contribution whether it is big or small will contribute to fulfilling needs of thousands of patients seeking public health services in Sri Lanka.
Your contributions will be effectively used for providing buildings, furniture, equipment and to upgrade facilities to hospitals as well as in many other ways. (Equipment list - attachment)
Dentistry in Sri Lanka was recognized as an independent profession on 15th May 1915 when the first qualified dentist was registered in the dentists register maintained by the Ceylon Medical Council under the Dentists Registration Ordinance. They were all British qualified and remained in the private sector treating the British troops, professionals and the Ceylonese population who could afford to pay their professional fees
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