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To assess sex-based differences in the prevalence of risk factor, their management, and differences in the prognosis among acute coronary syndrome ACS in Sri Lanka. Patients diagnosed with ACS were recruited from hospitals throughout the island. Age-adjusted regression was performed to calculate odds ratios for men versus women in risk factor control. A total of patients, of whom The prevalence of hypertension , diabetes , and dyslipidemia was higher in women. The LDL-C target was achieved in a significantly higher percentage of women

Sri Lanka Should Tackle Sexuality, Gender Identity Bias

Sam Wijesinha obituary | From the Guardian | The Guardian

Kumari is a year-old mother of four living in Puttalam, Sri Lanka. She is a sex worker by trade. Today, with life brought to a virtual standstill by a global pandemic and with strict social distancing rules still in place in the absence of a verified vaccine, sex work has become prohibitively impractical and Kumari has no choice but to look for alternative avenues of income. COVID has forced her to find temporary work in a coconut estate, tending to coconut saplings and clearing out the undergrowth, just to survive. Her meagre earnings — a far cry from what she made on the streets, pre-pandemic — buy her a couple of bowls of kola kenda a local herbal porridge a day. A full meal has proved a luxury, new clothes a distant dream, reports economynext.

Sam Wijesinha obituary

According to a Oakland Institute[1] report that is based on research and fieldwork conducted between January and April , "[t]housands of Tamils are still internally displaced and remain without land or livelihoods" The Oakland Institute , 3. Once reintegrated, those communities also face challenges in access to basic services, employment and adequate housing. UN 6 Oct. According to Freedom House's Freedom in the World report on Sri Lanka, "Tamils report systematic discrimination in areas including government employment, university education, and access to justice.
My father, Sam Wijesinha, who has died aged 93, was a former secretary general of Sri Lanka's parliament and subsequently national ombudsman. He had a distinguished record of public service in Sri Lanka and was considered an authority on parliamentary procedure in that country. He was born into an old aristocratic family in southern Sri Lanka then Ceylon , the youngest son of Don Aelias Wijesinha in Getamanne, a small town in Hambantota district. He graduated from London University in , after which he entered the Ceylon Law College and qualified as a lawyer.