TRO donates computer to Muslim council

[TamilNet, Sunday, 29 May 2005, 00:41 GMT]
Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO) Saturday donated a computer and printer to the Kinniya Jamiethul Ulama (Muslim Theologian) Council to strengthen its administrative capacity in supporting tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction activities, sources said. The Muslim dominated Kinniya divisional secretariat division is the worst affected in tsunami disaster in the Trincomalee district.

TRO donates computer
(L-R) Mr.Ibunu Suhood, Moulavi Hathiathullah, TRO Trincomalee District Director Mr.Wijekumar and TRO district project director Mr.Kalaivarnan

TRO district Director Mr.S.Wijekumar handed the computer and its accessories to Moulavi Hathiathullah, Secretary of the Jamiethul Ulama Council in an event held at the TRO offices in Trincomalee.

Mr.Ibunu Suhood, Co-ordinator of the Tsunami rehabilitation project with the TRO also participated. Mr.V.Kalaivarnan, TRO district project officer was also present, sources said.

During the second week of May, Mr.K.P.Regi, Executive Director of the TRO, visited Kinniya and inspected the post-tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction works. Mr.Regi also paid a visit to the office of the Kinniya Jamiethul Ulama Council, which is a partner organization of the TRO in Kinniya. Jamiethul Ulama Council officials at the discussion made a request to Mr Regi to assist them to computerised their administration for effective implementation of post-tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction projects.

Moulavi Hathiathullah accepting the donation said that they were very thankful for this gesture and said this will further strengthen the existing cordial relationship between Tamils and Muslims in the Trincomalee district.

 

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