Established in 1906, St John Ambulance of Sri Lanka is a charitable organisation providing healthcare services to the Sri Lankan public. Its members perform voluntary first aid coverage duties during national events, and provide relief aid during times of disasters such as flooding.

 

St John Ambulance in Sri Lanka largely consists of volunteers and cadet members in a Youth Programme known as the Kitty Programme i.e. secondary school students who joined St John as their co-curricular activity. The Kitty Programme has become popular throughout Sri Lanka over the years and currently has over 37,000 cadet members.

 

Services

  • First Aid Training
  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Relief Work
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • First Aid in Schools Public Duties - Festivals, Cricket Tests
  • Community Based Nutrition Projects
  • Youth Programme

 

Contact

St John Ambulance of Sri Lanka

65/11, Sir Chittampalam A. Gardiner Mawatha,

Colombo 02

Sri Lanka

 

Phone: 011- 2 43 77 44 , 011-2 43 77 45, 011-2341736

Email: [email protected] , [email protected]

Website: http://www.stjohnsrilanka.lk/