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Water Purification

8 out of 25 Sri Lankan districts are facing a water crisis due to the dry spell and sea water intrusion into surface water.

Kalutara, Kegalle and Ratnapura districts are the most affected. The local authorities are addressing the crisis through tankering, installing water purification plants and water tanks in the affected areas.

The seasonal climate outlook for March - May, issued by the Department of Meteorology on 4 March, indicates a continuation of the dry spell in March and April but the south-west monsoon, starting in May, is likely to improve the current situation.


Human Elephant Conflict

Human–elephant conflict (HEC) is a severe and much-debated issue in Sri Lanka.It has become more intense over the last decade, compromising both the health of the local elephant population and the wellbeing of rural people, with on average more than two hundred animals killed and seventy to eighty human casualties annually.

Also The Sri Lankan elephant is listed as an endangered taxon according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature as well as this problem effect for whole srilankan farmers.


Waste Upcycling

Upcycling is also known as creative reuse, which is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value. It allows us to keep even single-use items in use indefinitely

The important thing to remember about why upcycling is important is that it’s an entirely different concept than recycling.


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Sustainable development of the country through empowering and guiding young entrepreneurial innovators

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Find the best solutions to the various problematic aspects of the country through young community and develop new business ideas which contribute for the improvement of the economy of the country.

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To encourage the youth to achieve sustainable development goals and to create awareness.


To promote innovative skills among the undergraduates of Sri Lanka and to take out the innovator inside them.


To optimally use the resources of the University of Moratuwa for the betterment.


To find solutions for the various issues in the Sri Lankan community and to guide the winners to launch startup by implementing their ideas.


Introducing innovative products that contribute to the economic growth of the country.

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Leo Club of University of Moratuwa


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Leo Club of University of Moratuwa


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