SYSTEMIC CORRUPTION and THE ECONOMIC CRISIS in SRI LANKA

SYSTEMIC CORRUPTION and THE ECONOMIC CRISIS in SRI LANKA

The economic crisis in Sri Lanka is spiralling into a humanitarian emergency as millions of people are facing an acute
shortage of food, fuel, cooking gas and medicine. The situation has taken a devastating turn for people already struggling to put food on the table during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s even worse for single-parent households, those without steady work and those already suffering a loss of income. We need international support now to help hundreds of thousands of people pull their lives back together. It’s going to be a long, tough road for people to rebuild and get their lives back on track.


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