Project title: Supporting waste management in Horton Plains National Park (HPNP) and Peak Wilderness Nature Reserve (PWNR)

Location: Horton Plains National Park and Peak Wilderness Nature Reserve

Duration: 11 Months (Apr 2021 – Jan 2022)

Project Background

Waste management is an

Project title:  Restoration and management of a degraded fern land adjacent to Kanneliya Forest Reserve

Location: Sri Lanka

Duration: 2018-2022

Project background: 

Sri Lanka is endowed with a diverse and unique assemblage of fauna and flora. Many of these species are running the risk of

Location: Maha Oya, Kelani River and West Coast of Sri Lanka

Duration: 6 months (October 2021 to March 2022)

Project Background:

Plastic is an essential component in our lives. However, the post-consumer plastic management has led to the pollution of lands, oceans and water, which in turn

Project title: Mannar Region Systematic Solution (MARESSOL) to limit marine litter from ocean-based industries in the Mannar region -based in policy and producer responsibility development

Location: Gulf of Mannar & Palk Bay

Duration: (1 Apr 2021 to 1 Sep 2024) 3 years

Project Background

Location: Sri Lanka (Malwathu Oya River Basin)

Duration: 1 September 2019 to 31 March 2021

Project Background

Red Fin Labeo (Labeo lankae), which is endemic to Sri Lanka is currently classified as a Critically Endangered (CR) species due to its limited distribution. According to previous

Project title: Local implementing partner for “Agroforestry on tea and coconut plantations in Sri Lanka”

Location: Sri Lanka

Duration: June 2021 to June 2025

Project Background: [2-5 paragraphs]

Tea and coconut play a critical role in the Sri Lankan social, economic, and political

Project title: IUCN Sri Lanka and INSEE (Lanka) Ltd Partnership for Environmental initiatives

Location: Aruwakalu, Limestone Quarry Site, Puttalam

Duration: 2016-2018

Project Background:

IUCN Sri Lanka and Holcim (Lanka) Ltd have worked together between2007 to 2015 on environmental

Location: The Northern province - Jaffna, Mannar, Vavuniya, Kilinochchi, and Mullaitivu Districts

Eastern Province - Ampara, Batticaloa, and Trincomalee Districts

Duration: February – September 2022

Project Background:

The Northern and Eastern Provinces of Sri Lanka present a highly

Project Background

Sri Lanka's biodiversity is globally significant both for its irreplaceability and its vulnerability. About 30% of the country's land area has been designated as protected, in a range of categories managed mainly by two government agencies, the Forest Department and the


This project will assist the Government of Sri Lanka in safeguarding biodiversity in multiple land use areas of special ecological significance (high biodiversity values) through the operationalization of a new land-use governance framework called “Environmentally Sensitive Areas”