Mr.Lakshman Abeygoonarathna assuming Duties

March 12, 2015 | Mr.Lakshman Abeygoonarathna is assuming duties as the chairman of Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Agency.

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Mr.Lakshman Abeygoonarathna is assuming duties as the chairman of Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Agency. The duty assuming ceremony took place at the SLFEA Chairman’s Office, Nawala on 12th of March, 2015 in the presence, Hon. Minister of Foreign Employment Promotion and Welfare Thalatha Atukorale.

Hon. Minister assuming Duties

January 15, 2015 | Minister of Foreign Employment Promotion and Welfare Hon. Thalatha Atukorale assuming Duties

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We wish Hon. Minister of Foreign Employment Promotion and Welfare Thalatha Atukorale to uplift the foreign employment industry in Sri Lanka towards global aspirations. There are over 1.7 million Sri Lankan employees based overseas and this figure would also reach the two million mark by the end of the year. Foreign Employment industry generates foreign exchange to our country. Numbers suggest that foreign remittance to Sri Lanka will touch more than US $ 10 billion mark by the end of this year. Sri Lanka foreign employment agency target to move away from ‘House Maids’ and ‘labor’ jobs to more industrial and other skilled employment jobs.

Teaching Vacancies at Seychelles

May 03, 2013

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Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Agency has been successfully dispatched a batch of graduated school teachers and lecturers to the island of Seychelles successfully. This was a great opportunity for Sri Lankan employees who have completed the degrees , having teaching experience and seeking foreign employment. SLFEA opened the gates for this valuable opportunity by communicating directly with the Seychelles government through the Ministry of Foreign Employment Promotion and Welfare. The minister honorable Dilan Perera, the chairman of the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment Mr. Amal Senalankadhikara, the chairman of Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Agency Mr. Senaka D. Abeygoonasekera and host of other dignitaries gave away air tickets to migrant workers appointed as teachers in the Seychelles Island.