The most frequent natural hazards that affect Sri Lanka are droughts, floods, landslides, cyclones, vector-borne epidemics and coastal erosion.
Islamic Relief conduct food distributions every Ramadan and Qurbani, providing families with food.
Although the health facilities is Sri Lanka, particularly in urban areas is good; some rural areas still suffer from relatively poor health facilities.
Islamic Relief works to support orphans and children across, through sponsorship and child welfare projects.
In the Eastern provinces, access to clean drinking water is severely restricted due to contaminated drinking water sources.
According to various studies, unequal access to education is evident across the gender and social classes.