Marking the 2604th Sambudhathva Jayanthi, the SLAF Seva Vanitha Unit in collaboration with SLAF Station Colombo, staged ‘Vesak Bathi Gee Saraniya 2015’, on 04th May 2015Read more
Under the Patronage of the Seva Vanitha Unit of the SLAF the ‘Gagana Viru Saviya' Scholarship Awards Ceremony was held on 20th April 2015 at the SLAF Trade Training School Ekala for the 7th successive year.Read more
The traditional ‘Aluth Avurudu’ celebrations were held with much enthusiasm and fellowship at SLAF TTS Ekala on 09 April 2015.Read more
The Annual General Meeting of the Sri Lanka Air Force Seva Vanitha Unit was held on 12th March 2015 at the AFHQ Auditorium. The AGM was attended by the Station Seva Vanitha Presidents and the Officers in Charge together with Coordinator of the SLAF Seva Vanitha Unit.Read more
A community project organized by SLAF Seva Vanitha Unit was conducted at Iranamadu on 11 March 2015 with the objective of assisting underprivileged children in primary schools in theRead more
Sri Lanka Seva Vanitha Unit is a non-political national movement which was established in April 1993 with the aim of assisting the development process and also to ensure the improvement of quality of life of women in Sri Lanka.
The Sri Lanka Air Force Seva Vanitha Unit which was formed on 30 th June 1984, were designed on the same lines, as that of its parent association. The broad objective being to alleviate hardships faced by the families of deceased, injured and serving personnel of the Sri Lanka Air Force, through the dedicated and organized involvement of its membership, comprising of the spouses of serving personnel. The approach to achieve its broader objective has been, by way of programs to develop, the social economical and general living standards of its target groups.
In addition to the emphasized focus on Sri Lanka Air Force personnel and their families, the Sri Lanka Air Force Seva Vanitha Unit has made concentrated efforts to involve itself at a national level. The Unit approached this objective by assisting hospitals orphanages, religious institutions, and by providing material assistance during natural disasters.