Some of Our Projects

The first Tea Plantation Workers’ Museum and Archive was established in 2007 by the Institute of Social Development. Situated in hundred year old line room (workers quarters) in the Old Peacock’s Estate in Paradeka Gampola, on the way to Nuwara-Eliya from Gampola. The Tea Plantation Workers’ Museum and Archive aims to protect and preserve the cultural heritage of the early plantation community. The museum presents the life of the early plantation community in four facets.

Eradicate Structural Exclusion with Equal Partnership

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Targeted Populations Duration Location Status
4500 Plantation families 2021 – 2023 (3 years) Matale, Kandy and Nuwaraeliya On going

The first Tea Plantation Workers’ Museum and Archive was established in 2007 by the Institute of Social Development. Situated in hundred year old line room (workers quarters) in the Old Peacock’s Estate in Paradeka Gampola, on the way to Nuwara-Eliya from Gampola. The Tea Plantation Workers’ Museum and Archive aims to protect and preserve the cultural heritage of the early plantation community. The museum presents the life of the early plantation community in four facets.

Collectives for Coexistence

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Targeted Populations Duration Location Status
All ethnicities and religious groups 2016 – 2023 (7 years) 25 districts of Sri Lanka On going

The first Tea Plantation Workers’ Museum and Archive was established in 2007 by the Institute of Social Development. Situated in hundred year old line room (workers quarters) in the Old Peacock’s Estate in Paradeka Gampola, on the way to Nuwara-Eliya from Gampola. The Tea Plantation Workers’ Museum and Archive aims to protect and preserve the cultural heritage of the early plantation community. The museum presents the life of the early plantation community in four facets.