Stories from Sri Lanka
When the rainy season is dry, the rice can't grow as it should, and the whole village feels the impact. Read how the villagers in Unaweruwa in Central Sri Lanka cope.
In the hill country of Logiwatta, almost all of the villagers are involved in tea picking, work that has its fair share of health hazards. Only one Indian Tamil woman knows the ancient healing forms, and she is approaching an age where the work may get to be too much for her. Read how she and her daughter-in-law are fighting for the time to pass on her skills, even while the demands of tea work remain unforgiving.