SERVE in Sri Lanka
SERVE is a non-profit organization established in 1999 working with and for the rights of children and families. In ten districts of Sri Lanka, SERVE supports the development of analytical capacity of children, families and communities to assess the status of child rights. With the help of our partners, our social workers initiate and support the empowerment of women and children and help families to achieve their own socio economic goals. We work for the empowerment of people with commitment, love and care.
To contribute to a society that support and ensure equality, dignity and
humaneness of people, especially children and women, to realize their rights and
achieve their full potential.
To facilitate empowerment of people, especially children & women, through a quality, participatory, creative, sustainable and scientific process.
Projects & Partners
SERVE is running different projects to facilitate the empowerment of people and especially children.
Our valuable partners are providing SERVE with financial and technical support to implement projects for child and womens’ rights. Find out more about our partners and projects.
Self-Help Group Approach
“The SHG Approach is a rights-based approach which views poverty as the denial of rights and poverty alleviation as a process of reclaiming one’s rights.”