අවශ්ය මුළු මුදල
A 400 ft road is needed to be built to assist villagers to transport their harvests to market.
This road in Baddula District has never been maintained by the government. It severely limits access to essential services by residents. They are unable to access essential services such as education, healthcare, employment, government services, banks, markets and trading opportunities. Their primary problem however is taking their harvest to market. During rainy seasons, this road is unpassable- even by foot. Flooding events take hours to drain and causes soil erosion. It is critical to build this road to prevent future soil erosion and further deterioration of the road.
However, to alleviate their grief, Gammadda joined hands with them to repair the road on July 31 in the midst of the COVID 19 Pandemic. This road constructed with the labor contribution of the villagers was vested to the public on the 30th December 2021. Gammadda Architects, after consultation with Government Engineers, rebuilt the 1-km stretch of road while considering issues of drainage and soil erosion. This initiative will arrest any further soil erosion while ensuring the sustainability of the road by eliminating flooding events with improved drainage.