Volunteers

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Volunteers are the spirit of ADIC. Our volunteers are specialized in different fields and most of them are engaged in studies. Therefore they work at ADIC during their free time.

Sasanka

Sasanka

Name – Sasanka Rukshitha
Currently engaged in– Computer Studies
The responsibilities in ADIC
Work as a volunteer in the School programme. Engaged in conducting training programmes for school students on drug demand reduction and campaigns etc.
What You Gain From ADIC
ADIC has given so much of opportunities to build up my personality. Also it helped me to improve my creativity and gain knowledge especially about attitudes and prevention of alcohol and tobacco and other drugs.

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Wasanthi

Name – Wasanthi Herath
Currently engaged in– Studying on early child care
The responsibilities in ADIC
Work as a volunteer in the Human Development and innovative Intervention Engaged in making pregnant mothers aware on how secondary smoking affects the fetus during the pregnancy, how media promotes smoking which is explicitly exposed to children and how parents should immunize their children from such promotions.
What You Gain From ADIC
ADIC helps me to develop my presentation skills as well as my leadership skills. Team work is the spirit of ADIC. Meeting people, share drug prevention knowledge are some of activities I like most.  Being a volunteer in ADIC is a great opportunity for me.

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Madhava

Madhava

Name – Madhava Wijesingha
Currently engaged in– A degree in Media and Technology
The responsibilities in ADIC
Work as a volunteer in the Human Development and innovative Intervention. Engaged in making celebrities and famous artists in Sri Lanka, aware about how tobacco and alcohol industries use them to promote their products.
What You Gain From ADIC
I gained drug prevention knowledge from ADIC. I was able share that knowledge with other artists in the field. Apart from that I got the opportunity to deal with the people who are coming from different social backgrounds. ADIC helps me to develop my leadership skills as well as communication skills. I am glad to be a member of the ADIC family.

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Thilini Daswatta

Thilini Daswatta

Name – Thilini Daswatta
Qualifications – Following BSc Economics and Management degree at University of London.
My responsibilities in ADIC
Working as a volunteer in school training programmes and handling youth groups.
What you gain from ADIC
As my first work place, this is a great opportunity for me to develop my skills such as presentation skills, leadership skills, interaction and communication skills etc. And also I improved my skills on writing reports in an effective manner. One of most interesting thing working in ADIC is team spirit while working in a youth oriented work environment. The experience I’m getting from campaigns and trainings is remarkable. By being a volunteer I have gained so many valuable things to my life. Therefore I like to do my best to achieve ADIC goals.

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Sasanka-Dharmasena

Sasanka Dharmasena

Name – Sasanka Dharmasena.
Qualifications  Currently I `m planning to follow L.L.B Degree and B.A Degree at Open University.
My responsibilities in ADIC
I am working as a volunteer in ADIC Library programme and engaged in Sinhala news paper analysis while strengthening library net work partnerships.
What you gain from ADIC
This is a great opportunity for me to develop my social skills such as presentation and leadership skills. I also got a chance to communicate and deal with various people in the society. Apart from that I was able to improve my skills & team spirit. It’s a pleasure for me to become a member of ADIC family.

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