Araksha Phase 2

Children are the world’s most valuable resource and the best hope for the future. Therefore, all of us in the community has a paramount duty to protect them from their threats. One of the most
dangerous threats for children at the present moment are the drugs. The schools play an important role when it comes down to protecting children against child threats. Threats are one of the principal reasons why children don’t tend to educate, and it is also one of the causes of the alarming school dropout rates.

After considering the above situation, Leos of University of Moratuwa with the collaboration of the Leos of the University of Colombo Alumni organized a drug prevention and child protection seminar for the second time. This time, we conducted the seminar session at Kithulampitiya Ananda Vidyalaya on 27th February from 11.00 a.m. onwards.

We got massive support and guidance from the Galle police station to conduct this seminar session fruitfully. At the end of the seminar session, we were delighted with the feedback and comments of not only from the police station but also the school community.


“UoM Leos", is one of the Most Outstanding Leo Clubs of Leo District 306A2, Sri Lanka. Every year we look for the next generation who can continue the excellence and the legacy of UoM Leos while enlightening their lives. The Orientation Program, “Debouchure” 2020 was successfully held on 25th of February at Old Gymnasium with the presence of many future leaders.

We, UoM Leos are a one big family with such hearted volunteers that love to help the needed, bear the responsibility for the countries future and seek for opportunities to experience the leadership. The
Orientation is the program which the different generations of UoM Leos meet the newest blood.

That program was very successfully held throughout the evening with a big gathering full of new brothers and sisters from the most junior batch. The program was started with a brief introduction about Club and Leoism by the current president of Leo Club of University of Moratuwa, Leo Nethmini Kolambage. Not only that, there were such heart touching speeches. Then there was a little activity session and newcomers were very eager to actively participate in it.

At the end of the program, everyone had a clear image about volunteering and the UoM Leo Club. “Debouchure” gave us the hope that sooner, there would be a set of energetic youngsters to take over this legacy and continue the imperial legend of eminence.

Shilpadhi Phase 6

Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world. Leo Club of university of
Moratuwa contributed for the betterment of the education of the schools all over the Sri Lanka through the project “Shilpadhi”, educational seminar series.

After successfully completing five phases of Shilpadhi seminar series, the sixth phase was held on Jayanthi Pura Vidyalaya, Kantale, Trincomalee on the days of 20 th and 21 st February. During the seminar, we discussed maths model paper with the students who are facing GCE O/L Examination within this year and did the motivational program also. It was successfully held throughout the two days with positive feedbacks from them. At the same time, we would like to be thankful everyone who helped us to make this project success.

Dineka Ayada Mawaki

The girl you see today becomes a mother one day. Thus, it is everyone's responsibility to ensure the safety of not only the girls but all the women in the society.

"Dineka Ayada Mawaki" a project on women's safety organized by the Leo Club of University of Moratuwa together with the Leo Club of Rahula College, Matara and the Leo Club of Mid City ,Horana was successfully held on the 15th of February 2020.

The project was carried out to paste stickers encouraging safety of women in the buses. Theintention of the project was to stop women being harassed in public transportation. With the help of the club members we were able to paste stickers in more than 50 buses in Moratuwa and Piliyandala bus station within six hours from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm.The
project concluded with an immense success leaving a valuable message to the society.


Shilpatharana is a project launched by Leo Club of University of Moratuwa to enhance the education of the students who are facing GCE O/L Examination within this year. After successfully completing ten phases of Shilpatharana seminar series the eleventh phase of Shilpatharana was held on 11th of January at Sri Rathnasara Vidyalay, Sandarawala, Galle.
This was not just an O/L seminar, but also an attitude developing program. It was started with a motivational program to encourage the students for their studies and achieve their goals. And during the seminar, we discussed the maths model paper with them.
As in previous phases, we got good comments from the students after the program. At the same time, we would like to be thankful for everyone who helped us to make this project successful.