Five endemic species found within the Udawalawe National Park replicated as porcelain pendants at Mankada, the Merrill J. Fernando Centre for Traditional Art and Craft are being promoted inside a selected range of teas for Kaliningrad. Mankada was set up Dilmah founder Merrill J. Fernando to support a community of marginalised potters earn a decent living in order to care for their families. Today, the Mankada Centre produces beautiful and original craft handmade by the women potters of Mankada.
Celebrity Australian chef, restaurateur, author, and TV presenter Peter Kuruvita is promoting a...read more »
Five endemic species found within the Udawalawe National Park replicated as porcelain pendants at...read more »
The MJF Charitable Foundation is currently supporting Ordinary Level students in 22 schools in the Talawakelle Educational Zone with additional...read more »
Mankada is an initiative of the MJF Centre for Empowerment through Traditional Arts & Crafts which was set up primarily to support and empower marginalised...read more »