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Friday, December 3, 2021

A daughter who became an asset to the country without burdening the earth

Hansi Kulansa Kaumadi (10), a Grade 15 student of the Prime Minister's Girls' College, Panadura, who lives in the Moratuwa area, is planting large mangroves as a solution to the rapidly deteriorating environment, marine life and coastal erosion.

She has so far planted about 60 large mangrove saplings at the Panadura Merchant Naval Training School harbor, behind the Modara Temple, along the river, behind the Coast Conservation Department land, around the Lunawa Lagoon and around the Duwa Temple.

High in oxygen to the world and extremely beneficial to the marine fishing community that provides habitat for marine life.

It is reported that she is conducting awareness programs for the fishing community in the Egoda Uyana area in Moratuwa on the benefits of the plants she has planted and to help protect them.

It is said that her mother also supports her in this.

We came to this world not just to die, we are going Save something for this world one day, I always teach not only my daughter but also my three sons to protect the natural environment
Then someday, even if I don't, it will never be bad for them, the very nature that protects us protects us, because there is nothing above it.

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