Divisional Secretariat

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Divisional Secretariat

In Sri Lanka, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a municipality.
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From the train services, the road system, even schools, up to the new divisional secretariats, were all what I undertook during my tenure, but for some reasons I did not win at the 2015 Presidential Election," he announced.
Relief programs have been coordinated by the District Secretariat office and the Divisional Secretariats.
SLT plans to cover all 329 divisional secretariats and 24 districts in the country with high-speed broadband connectivity over the NBN by 2018.
President Premadasa established Divisional Secretariats, which were under central control.
4 million out of his decentralized budget to renovate the 'Mahaviru Mausoleum', where bodies of dead LTTE members buried in Kanakapuram in Kilinochchi and approval for the allocation of funds was granted by both Karachchi and Kilinochchi Divisional Secretariats.
The next program of Shramika Surakuma will be held at all Divisional Secretariats in Ampara from 19th -21st August.
The most-needed recipients were selected from all ethnicities on the instructions of Divisional Secretariats in the Batticaloa District.
Evacuation notices were issued in 33 divisional secretariats and surrounding areas in Galle, Hambantota, Kegalle, Kalutara, Matara, Nuwara Eliya and Ratnapura districts.
The relief operations are conducted through close coordination with sister services, Police, Disaster Management Centre (DMC), District and Divisional Secretariats.
The Commission Wednesday concluded its 4-day public sittings in the district held from Nov 2- 5 at the Maritimepattu and Oddusuddan Divisional Secretariats.
The government, District Secretariats, Divisional Secretariats, Tri Forces, Police, Civil Defense Department, all government institutions, business community in private sector and the media are carrying out the urgent relief programmes at present.
Other extensive measures have also been taken by the Government to ensure the wellbeing and security of women and girls, including the establishment of Women and Children's Police Desks in police stations, sexual and gender based violence Help Desks in hospitals, and Child and Women Development Units at Divisional Secretariats in the Northern and the Eastern provinces; as well as the provision of health, security and legal assistance to women hospitalized as a result of gender-based violence, and the conduct of sensitization programmes on prevention of violence against women and protection of women's rights to police and security forces, community leaders and the general public.
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