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Featured Photo of a Crèche Maker in Sri Lanka

Region: Sri Lanka

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Case Closed: Mediation Offers Resolution For Most Cases in Sri Lanka’s Legal System

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: Human RightsPolitics

The court system in Sri Lanka is overwhelmed by a backlog of nearly 28,000 cases for the country’s 85 judges. Some criminal and civil cases, however, can be resolved through community mediation boards, a system staffed by volunteers who heard more than 220,000 cases in 2016. This is the story of two women who brought their disputes to mediation, as well as a look inside a school classroom where mediation takes place.

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Featured Photo of Drying Fish in Sri Lanka

Region: Sri Lanka

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Featured Photo of a Buddhist Procession in Sri Lanka

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: Culture

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Featured Photo of a Praying Mantis in Sri Lanka

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Strict Public-Health Measures in Sri Lanka Bring Dengue Epidemic Under Control

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: Health

Sri Lankans are plagued by tens of thousands of cases of mosquito-borne dengue each year, but recent public-health measures have helped dramatically reduce the death rate of this year’s particularly bad outbreak. Public-health teams are inspecting locales where cases have arisen, and careful treatment of dengue patients and public-awareness campaigns have also helped combat this year’s epidemic.

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Featured Photo of a Sri Lankan Festival

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: Culture

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Featured Photo of Coconut Tree Tapping in Sri Lanka

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Toddy Tapping, a Traditional Sri Lankan Job, Faces Extinction

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: BusinessHealthHuman Rights

The process of making toddy, an alcoholic beverage, begins at the top of a coconut tree, where a toddy tapper climbs to gather the sap. Toddy tappers face danger as they work, walking tightropes between trees. That danger is just one reason why fewer people than ever before are going into the work.

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Featured Photo of a Sri Lankan Fish Market

Region: Sri Lanka

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