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UAE Ambassador donates fans to National Institute of Mental Health

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Ambassador for United Arab Emirates in Sri Lanka Ahmed Ali Ibrahim Al Mualla 

handed  over the receipt of the fans to the Ruveena Cader - Pic by  Ruzaik Farook


The Sri Lanka Association of Administrative and Professional Secretaries (SLAAPS) will be maintaining Ward 11 - Half Way Home at the National Institute of Mental Health on a continuous basis to mark Founder’s Day.

The Association was informed of the dire need for fans for the ward, and with the gracious patronage of the Ambassador for United Arab Emirates in Sri Lanka, donated six fans to the Ward recently. Additionally, other items that are required will be donated by next month.

Ambassador for United Arab Emirates in Sri Lanka Ahmed Ali Ibrahim Al Mualla handed over the receipt for the fans to SLAAPS President Ruveena Cader. SLAAPS Committee Member Shireen Rajee and Secretary to the Ambassador Gayanee De Alwis and SLAAPS Vice President Azra Reyaldeen were also present. 


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