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Founded in 1987, Sri Lanka Anti-Narcotics Association has been working hard with the help of our members and volunteers to help individuals in our area. Our work is dedicated to funding and delivering charitable services, and we strive to inspire and improve the lives of those who need assistance. Get in touch to learn how you can make a difference at our Charity.


SLANA was formally established in 1987 and inaugurated by His Excellency J.R. Jayawardene, President of Sri Lanka. SLANA is an association registered with the Ministry of Social Services and is a recognized Charitable Organisation under the income tax laws of Sri Lanka. SLANA is a non-governmental organization also registered under the Gazette notification of No.543 January 1989 of Sri Lanka. SLANA has been in existence for 32 years. During this time, the organization has provided educational sessions for corporates, students, and other communities. In addition, efforts put into uplifting the living conditions for high-risk communities have resulted in the development of sporting arenas, playgrounds, vocational skills centers in these communities.


The Sri Lanka Anti-Narcotics Association (SLANA) is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC). It is a private nonprofit membership organization registered with the Department of Social Services. It is approved by the Cabinet of Ministers and Gazetted by the Hon. Minister of Finance as a Charity under the Tax Laws of Sri Lanka. Due to the social good that SLANA has created throughout its existence, it is also accredited with the UN, USAID, EU, and Red Cross. In addition, big corporates in Sri Lanka supported causes with monthly donations to SLANA.



In ensuring that our vision and objectives are realized, our friends have stood by us through thick and thin, helping us to achieve our goals.

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