Community Service

At Ramani Arsecularatne International Academy, we pride ourselves in making a difference. That’s why part of our Academy experience is giving back to our community. Throughout the year we sponsor many events that benefit both individuals and organizations throughout Sri Lanka.

Ranaviru Pranama Scholarship Programme

Ranaviru Pranama Scholarship Programme: 2011 Ramani Arsecularatne International Academy graduated 25 students who are family members of deceased war heros.The full course together with all the expenses for training was sponsored by us

For Students

We at Ramani Arsecularatne Academy provide the opportunity for our students to spend time and help the less fortunate kids. These institutions include •“Samata Sarana” orphanage – Colombo 13. •St.Josephs children’s orphanage – Wennappuwa Sri Lanka

Scholarship Programme

Ramani Arsecularatne International Academy provided a Scholarship Programme for 25 Students of Low income families. After a full free training programme by us, these students were then funded by the Hatton National Bank to start their own Business.

Fishermen and their families

Together with the Ministry of Fisheries Ramani Arsecularatne Academy provided a special training to fishermen and their families to produce ornamental flowers from fish scales and use it as a profitable business

•Together with leading Women’s newspapers,
Ramani has organized many workshops in cities such as Matara,Galle,Anuradapura,Kandy,Pollonnaruwa,Kurunegala,
Badulla,Bandarawela,Negombo and many other cities.

•Under the “Gami Pubuduwa” scheme, Ramani has
organized many scholarship programmes, in collaboration
with leading banks, and helped many women to begin
their own business at home.

•Ramani has also held many international workshops
in cities such as Dubai, Abudhabi, Singapore,
Los Angeles,Stockholm, and Las Vegas and
has shared herknowledge with many ladies
living abroad.

•Together with the “Seva Vanitha” association,
Ramani Has shared her knowledge and has helped
many family members of the Sri Lankan Forces to
start a profitable home based business in order to
make them financially independent and stable.

•Ramani has carried out many work shops, to educate
school leavers who are interested in the fields of beauty,
hair, arts and crafts and has helped many young people
to choose and start a profitable career path for themselves