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Round Square International Service Project – Sri Lanka

What? Round Square International Service Project – Sri Lanka

Where? Wasgamuwa, Sri Lanka

When? 8-21 December 2018

Who? Year 9 to 12

For more information contact: Patrick McKenna

Under the banner of “The Round Square Big Build”, in December 2018 a team of Round Square Students and Adults will be working with a local community near Wasgamuwa in Sri Lanka.

This construction project will consist of building facilities for the local community, which will be used to educate them about elephant behaviour as well as for funeral services and festivities. They may also be involved in the re-construction of homes damaged by elephant herds.

For more information, contact Mr McKenna at