June 24, 2019

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03.07.2019 – Yoga Program at Apeksha Hospital

In a fast changing world, life of total health and fulfillment has become a dream today. Ýoga has the ability to help you attaining that physical and mental wellbeing. Yoga positions are not mere exercises, but a pathway of spiritual realization with a deep concentration ability of body and mind with breathing and exercises together. We continue to share this bliss with the patients and the caretakers at Apeksha Hospital every week, to bring a better cure process for the patients.

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June 24, 2019

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01.07.2019 – Art Therapy Program at Apeksha Hospital

Watching your own drawing from far is also true way of healing. That way the art starts to talk to you. The colors start to heal you. Therapeutic artistry is this. As always, we continue to hold the art therapy program every week at Apeksha Hospital. This week too, the Art program was held successfully at the ground floor of Rasavi building.

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June 24, 2019

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21.06.2019 – Volunteer Orientation

The latest orientation and training program for the volunteers was held successfully at ICT premises on 22nd June 2019. A number of youth as well as adults joined with us volunteers on that day to make a difference in the lives of the distressed. Now you can register with us for the volunteer pool and spend 4 hours a month helping any program of your choice, and work with us to bring a smile to those eyes.

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The Objectives of the Indira Cancer Trust

Reg No: 07/47 | 10 January 2018

Indira Cancer Trust (ICT) was set up in memory of Indira Jayasuriya who passed away in November 2016 from breast cancer at the age of 40 years. She was a mother of two children and her story of courage, bravery and sacrifice as a mother moved the world.

The trust was initiated as the Cancer Care Trust in 2016 with specific objectives. However, it then evolved into Indira Cancer Trust with broader objectives in 2018.

There are three main projects of the Indira Cancer Trust

which are broadly categorized as follows:



Sri Lanka’s first helpline exclusive for patients with Cancer.



This includes a multitude of projects including the Mobile Mammography Project, Hair & Wig donation, Livelihood Development as well as Relaxation Programs.



This includes support provided to children at the Apeksha Hospital Maharagama.

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