Livelihoods RAHAMA Sri Lanka considers that Livelihoods are means of living which comprises the capabilities, assets including both material and social capital.
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FORUT Norway, a leading Humanitarian Action agency decided to discontinue it’s direct implementation in 2010 after a long duration of services in Sri Lanka. One of the imperative reasons for the said withdrawal was to empower partner institutions to link with other prospects too while operating as autonomous entities. Secondly, since Sri Lankan population had entered into a new epoch under the post war era, after local capacities could be utilised to implement projects on humanitarian action.
Donors of Recovery and Humanitarian Action Management Agency