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  1. INDIA’S ASSISTANCE IN RECONSTRUCTION & RESETTLEMENT - MAJ GEN GS SHERGILL

  2. “IT IS, AT LEAST IT SHOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE FOR INDIA AND CEYLON TO QUARREL. WE ARE THE NEAREST NEIGHBOURS. WE ARE INHERITORS OF A COMMON CULTURE…… BUT EVEN AS BLOOD BROTHERS SOMETIMES DIFFER, SO DO NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOURS. AND LIKE BROTHERS, THEY USUALLY ADJUST THEIR DIFFERENCES AND ARE OFTEN MORE CLOSELY KNIT TOGETHER AFTER THE CLEARANCE”

  3. INDIA -CLOSEST NEIGHBOUR • 21 MILES APART AT CLOSEST POINT • 2500 YEARS COMMON HISTORY • ETHNIC AND RELIGEOUS TIES • COMMON INTERESTS IN INDIAN OCEAN

  4. CONFLICTS AND IMPACT

  5. POST CONFLICT • SECURITY • GOVERNANCE • HUMANITARIAN AND SOCIAL WELL-BEING • ECONOMIC STABILISATION • INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT • JUSTICE AND RECONCILIATION.

  6. INDIA’S EXPERIENCE IN CONFLICT AND POST CONFLICT SITUATIONS

  7. FIVE R’s 5 R’s

  8. FOCUSSED ASSISTANCE

  9. FOCUSSED ASSISTANCE • Livelihood and Shelterto include immediate requirements for shelter, sustenance and long term requirements for accommodation. • Agricultural Sector. • Education & capacity building to include construction of schools, and scholarships. • Information technical initiatives in the form of e-learning Centre’s. • Healthcare including supply of medicines and construction of Hospitals. • Vocational training with an aim to harness youth and empower women. • Cultural revival. • Industrial Development. • Connectivity & transport requirements.

  10. INDIA’S ASSISTANCE CURRENT PERSPECTIVE

  11. PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA • Livelihood and Shelter.

  12. LIVELIHOOD AND SHELTER

  13. PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA • Livelihood and Shelter • Education and Capacity Building

  14. EDUCATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING

  15. PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA • Livelihood and Shelter. • Education and Capacity Building. • Health Care

  16. HEALTH CARE PROJECTCOSTSTATUS • Establishing Siddha Medicine SLR 105 Million Completed • Faculty • Supply of Medical Equipment SLR 117 Million Completed • Construction of Hospital (Dickoya) SLR 1 Billion 2012 • Emergency Hospitals SLR 58.7 Million Completed (Pulmoddai/Vavuniya) CONSTRUCTION OF HOSPITAL EMERGENCY HOSPITAL SIDDHA MEDICINE

  17. PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA • Livelihood and Shelter. • Education and Capacity Building. • Health Care. • Vocational Training.

  18. VOCATIONAL TRAINING • LOCATIONCOSTSTATUS • VTC Halton 25.48 Million Completed • VTC Puttalam 62.88 Million Completed • VTC Batticaloa325 Million Completed • VTC NuwaraEliya202 Million Completed • SewaProject 197 Million Completed • (Empowerment of women)

  19. PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA • Livelihood and Shelter. • Education and Capacity Building. • Health Care. • Vocational Training. • Connectivity & Transport Infrastructure.

  20. CONNECTIVITY & TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Southern Railway Project - US $ 800 Million-2015 • RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COASTAL PROJECT BETWEEN GALLE TO KALUTARA. Northern Railway Project - US $ 800 Million-2015 • THE RAILWAY REHABILITATION PROJECT IN THE NORTH (COMPRISING FOUR SECTORS : OMANTHAI-PALLAI, MEDAWCHCHIYA-MADHU, MADHU-TALAIMANNAR AND PALLAI-KANKESANTHURAI). KankesanthuraiHarbour - US $ 19.5 Million • HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEY, WRECK-REMOVAL & DISPOSAL, DREDGING AND REHABILITATION. Rail – Bus Project – SLR 72 Million • 5 RAIL BUSES EACH COMPRISING OF 2 BUSES TO CONNECT BATTICALOA & TRINCOMALEE. Renovation of Palali airport – UNDER CONSIDERATION

  21. PROJECTS IDENTIFIED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA • Livelihood and Shelter. • Education and Capacity Building. • Health Care. • Vocational Training. • Connectivity & Transport Infrastructure. • Misc (Demining, Artificial Limb, Culture, Industry development, Enegry • Tourism, Fishing, Telecom, Banking and Financial Services and Trade)

  22. CONCLUSION