Established in 1981 with the assistance of Canada through CIDA, SAPSRI follows a participatory approach in planning and implementation of development activities aimed mostly at empowering women (female-headed households’ widows and displaced) and youth in 10 districts in Sri Lanka. We strive to identify hidden talents of our clientele, empower them, and build their capacity on social and economic responsibilities through the formation of a strong community-based organization, skill development through training and financial management before providing microfinance support for income generating activities (IGA) of their choice. Putting money into women’s pockets is indeed safe. SAPSRI has been always keen on working on consortia basic and networking with local and foreign organizations. SAPSRI have dedicated and highly professional staff well experience in project planning, financial management, computer literate, field monitoring, and overall activity supervision.