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கொரோனா வைரஸ் தாக்கத்தினால் பிரிட்டனின் கிங்ஸ்டன் மருத்துவமனையில் 70 வயதுடைய வைத்திய கலாநிதி அன்றன் செபாஸ்டியன் பிள்ளை (Dr Anton Sebastian...

கொரோனா வைரஸ் தாக்கத்தினால் பிரிட்டனின் கிங்ஸ்டன் மருத்துவமனையில் 70 வயதுடைய வைத்திய கலாநிதி அன்றன் செபாஸ்டியன் பிள்ளை (Dr Anton Sebastianpillai) மரணமானார்.



வயதானவர்களுக்கு சிகிச்சையளிப்பதில் நிபுணத்துவம் பெற்ற மருத்துவரான இவர் கோவிட் -19 க்கு நேர்மறை பரிசோதனையில் கொரோனா தொற்றுக்கு உள்ளானமை உறுதிசெய்யப்பட்ட நிலையில் கிங்ஸ்ரன் மருத்துவ மனையில் அனுமதிக்கப்பட்டு 4 நாட்களின் பின் மரணமானார்.

1967 ஆம் ஆண்டில் இலங்கையில் மருத்துவ ஆலோசகராக தகுதி பெற்ற மருத்துவரான இவர், தென்மேற்கு லண்டனில் உள்ள மருத்துவமனையுடன் நீண்டகால தொடர்பினைக் கொண்டிருந்தார் எனக் தெரிவிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.

இவர் ஓய்வு பெற்றதாக கூறப்பட்ட போதிலும் கிங்ஸ்டன் மருத்துவமனை NHS அறக்கட்டளையில் கடைசியாக மார்ச் 20 வரை பணியாற்றியதனை NHS உறுதிப்படுத்தி உள்ளது.

“கிங்ஸ்டன் மருத்துவமனையில் ஒரு பிரிவின் ஆலோசகராக இருந்த வயதான மருத்துவரின் மரணத்தை மிகுந்த சோகத்துடன் நான் உறுதிப்படுத்துகிறேன் ” என அறக்கட்டளை செய்தித் தொடர்பாளர் ஒருவர் தெரிவித்தார்.



“மார்ச் 31 முதல் மருத்துவமனையின் தீவிர சிகிச்சை பிரிவில் கவனிக்கப்பட்ட வைத்தியர் அன்றன் செபாஸ்டியன்பில்லை சனிக்கிழமை மரணமானார். அவர் மிகவும் மதிக்கப்படுபவர். அவரது குடும்பத்தினருக்கு எங்கள் இரங்கலைத் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.” எனவும் கிங்ஸ்ரன் மருத்துவமைனையின் (Kingston Hospital) NHS அறக்கட்டளையின் பேச்சாளர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.

வைத்திய கலாநிதி அன்றன் செபாஸ்டியன் பிள்ளை (Dr Anton Sebastianpillai ) இலங்கையில் பேராதனைப் பல்கலைக்கழக மருத்துவத் துறையில் பயின்று 1967 இல் தகுதி பெற்றார். அப் பல்கலைக்கழகத்தின் புகழ்பெற்ற முன்னாள் மாணவர் எனவும் சுட்டிக்காட்டப்பட்டுள்ளது.

இதேவேளை “வைத்திய கலாநிதி செபாஸ்டியன்பில்லையின் மரணம் மிகவும் சோகமான செய்தி, மிகவும் மரியாதைக்குரிய ஆலோசகரும் எழுத்தாளரான அவரைச் சந்திக்க பாக்கியம் கிடைத்தமை மகிழ்ச்சி” எனவும் லிபரல் டெமக்ராட் தலைவர் எட் டேவி குறிப்பிட்டுள்ளார்.



மாதகலில் நற் குண முன்னேற்ற அமைப்பின் 7வது கிராம வலுவூட்டல் திட்டமாக 2017 மாசி மாதம் 10ஆம் திகதி ஆரம்பிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.

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FoG’s 7th Village Heartbeat Project Empowerment Centre Opens in Mathagal
Here is a reconciliation story that makes a difference. When Rajiv and Kiran Radhakrishnan in the UK offered their ancestral property inheritance to be gifted for the community to benefit, after having followed closely the Foundation for Goodness humanitarian endeavors it resulted in the opening of the Foundation of Goodness’ 7th Village Heartbeat Project Empowerment Centre in Mathagal, Jaffna. This is the kind of example that we need to showcase and bear testimony to the South - North reconciliation initiative, as we believe that both parties together can make that major difference towards rebuilding a shattered community.
Imagine in today’s world, when people are reluctant to let go, care & share this couple Rajiv and Kiran were willing to part with their property near the ocean for the benefit of rural disadvantaged to prosper in life. What an amazing blessing that only a few are capable of doing.
Then came our co-trustee Ashan Malalasekera, Chairman of Arinma Holdings, who made sure this project creates the flight path that it needs to ascend, understanding the vision of all our other Village Heartbeat Empowerment Centres towards empowering rural students, bridging the gap and helping to make better progress. His unconditional gifting of the total building cost to make this dream of the 7th VHP empowerment initiative materialize is again very unique, generous, considerate and rare.
The architectural drawing to resurrect the building where the VHP Centre is located were done by renowned architect, Mr. Anjalendran, free of cost.
The Mathagal VHP Centre offers Computer/ IT, English Language, Sinhala Language, Science, Mathematics, Women’s Enterprise & Empowerment and Volleyball programmes to the 280 children, youth and women currently enrolled from among 8 surrounding villages who find it difficult to access educational and vocational resources to develop their skills. The Centre also has a library to help the beneficiaries broaden their knowledge base and is home to a Children’s Goodness Club to ensure that the children and youth attending programmes understand the importance of doing good deeds that can help and benefit their community, for a brighter future.

The longevity and success of this Centre is secured by the kind sponsorship of donors old and new. Dr. Sangarapillai Nagendran from USA has been a strong donor and supporter of the Foundation of Goodness for many years, with special care for promoting the educational success as a building block for a secure and prosperous future, such as through FoG Essential School Supplies Programme, and presenting bikes to students in the North and East who walk incredibly long distances just to get to school. Together with his brother Dr. Sangarapillai Asokan also from USA and friends Dr. Anton Sebastiampillai and Mr. Emil Kumar, both from UK, as well Ms. Rashantha Devanesan from Singapore they make up the exceptional group of people who stepped up to cover the sustainability cost of running the centre and all its programmes so that more and more villagers will have the opportunity to realize their dreams.
The Foundation of Goodness first introduced its Village Heartbeat Project concept to bring Empowerment Centres offering a selection of its key courses and programmes to distant rural villages where opportunities and access to resources is scarce.
Many of the courses offered at the VHP Centres are crucial for the development of women, children and youth, giving them the opportunity to build their talents and gain more skills. The aim here is to give these groups an opportunity to take control of their future, rather than to remain victims of circumstance, by providing them with the necessary tools for success.
FoG’s very first Village Heartbeat Centre opened in Udumulla – Galle District (2007)  followed by five more in Rathgama – Galle District (2010),  Hingurukaduwa – Moneragala District (2014), Gandara - Matara District (2016), Eravur –Batticaloa District (2016) and Thirukkovil – Ampara District (2016).
Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to the extraordinary people who made this milestone achievement a reality, out of love and compassion for others in need to attain a better life. 

15th February 2017

Foundation of Goodness Empowerment Centre opens in Mathagal, Jaffna








Ashan Malalasekera, Chairman of Arinma Holdings and Kushil Gunasekera
Here is a reconciliation story that makes a difference. When Rajiv and Kiran Radhakrishnan in the UK offered their ancestral property inheritance to be gifted for the community to benefit, after having followed closely the Foundation for Goodness humanitarian endeavors it resulted in the opening of the Foundation of Goodness’ 7th Village Heartbeat Project Empowerment Centre in Mathagal, Jaffna. This is the kind of example that we need to showcase and bear testimony to the South - North reconciliation initiative, as we believe that both parties together can make that major difference towards rebuilding a shattered community.
Imagine in today's world, when people are reluctant to let go, care & share this couple Rajiv and Kiran were willing to part with their property near the ocean for the benefit of rural disadvantaged to prosper in life. What an amazing blessing that only a few are capable of doing.
Then came our co-trustee AshanMalalasekera, Chairman of Arinma Holdings, who made sure this project creates the flight path that it needs to ascend, understanding the vision of all our other Village Heartbeat Empowerment Centres towards empowering rural students, bridging the gap and helping to make better progress. His unconditional gifting of the total building cost to make this dream of the 7th VHP empowerment initiative materialize is again very unique, generous, considerate and rare.
The Mathagal VHP Centre offers Computer/ IT, English Language, Sinhala Language, Science, Mathematics, Women's Enterprise & Empowerment and Volleyball programmes to the 280 children, youth and women currently enrolled from among eight surrounding villages who find it difficult to access educational and vocational resources to develop their skills.
The Centre also has a library to help the beneficiaries broaden their knowledge base and is home to a Children's Goodness Club to ensure that the children and youth attending programmes understand the importance of doing good deeds that can help and benefit their community, for a brighter future.
The architectural drawing to resurrect the building where the VHP Centre is located were done by renowned architect, Mr. Anjalendran, free of cost.
The longevity and success of this Centre is secured through the kind sustainability sponsorship of a group of donors who are eager to give rural but talented beneficiaries a chance to prosper. Dr. SangarapillaiNagendran from USA has been a strong donor and supporter of the Foundation of Goodness for many years, with special care for promoting the educational success as a building block for a secure and prosperous future, such as through FoG Essential School Supplies Programme, and presenting bikes to students in the North and East who walk incredibly long distances just to get to school.
Together with his brother Dr. SangarapillaiAsokan also from USA and friends Dr. Anton Sebastiampillai and Mr. Emil Kumar, both from UK, as well Ms. RashanthaDevanesan from Singapore they make up the exceptional group of people who stepped up to cover the sustainability cost of running the centre and all its programmes so that more and more villagers will have the opportunity to realize their dreams.
The Foundation of Goodness first introduced its Village Heartbeat Project concept to bring Empowerment Centres offering a selection of its key courses and programmes to distant rural villages where opportunities and access to resources is scarce.
Many of the courses offered at the VHP Centres are crucial for the development of women, children and youth, giving them the opportunity to build their talents and gain more skills.
The aim here is to give these groups an opportunity to take control of their future, rather than to remain victims of circumstance, by providing them with the necessary tools for success.
FoG's very first Village Heartbeat Centre opened in Udumulla - Galle District (2007) followed by five more in Rathgama - Galle District (2010), Hingurukaduwa - Moneragala District (2014), Gandara - Matara District (2016), Eravur -Batticaloa District (2016) and Thirukkovil - Ampara District (2016).
Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to the extraordinary people who made this milestone achievement a reality, out of love and compassion for others in need to attain a better life.
The Foundation of Goodness was established in 1999 and has worked extensively following the 2004 tsunami that devastated the lives of thousands of Sri Lankans to develop a one of a kind holistic rural community development model which today delivers a wide range of programmes to over 35,000 beneficiaries from 200+ villagers in the South, North and East of Sri Lanka annually, free of charge, via our 30 empowerment activity sectors.
When the years of conflict came to an end, the Foundation of Goodness extended its development activities to the post-war North and East of Sri Lanka and have been working in the North since January 2011, reaching over 34,000 beneficiaries to date, with uninterrupted monthly visits to introduce, maintain and expand a variety of welfare and development programmes.



Kadambari Jewelry Supports the Mathagal Village Heartbeat Empowerment Project
Owner and designer of Kadambari Jewelry Rashantha Devanesan from Singapore organized a special Jewelry Sale in Singapore earlier this year with all proceeds from the sale going towards the running costs of the Mathagal Village Heartbeat Empowerment Centre (Jaffna)- Foundation of Goodness’ very first Centre to open in Northern Sri Lanka and 7th overall for FoG).
Inspired by thousands of years of jewelry worn by ancient Indian, Central and South Asian Cultures, the Kadambari collections only use natural materials in the form of  precious and semi-precious gemstones, beads and metals to design and craft unique, one of a kind pieces.
The sale, which was titled "Silver Treasures from the Land of Sheba" showcased a very special collection sourced from and inspired by the jewelry of Yemen and was held at the Colonial at Scotts on Scotts road, Singapore where Rashantha herself was available to discuss the influences and inspiration for each piece.
FoG Founder/ Chief Trustee Kushil Gunasekera was also present at the event to raise awareness about the great cause Rashantha had pledged the proceeds of her sale to. After decades of civil conflict, there is a great need in the more rural and poverty stricken areas of northern Sri Lanka for educational, vocational and recreational opportunities for the children, women and youth who had been deprived of these resources for many years.
The Mathagal VHP Centre offers free of charge Computer/ IT, English Language, Sinhala Language, Science, Mathematics, Women’s Enterprise & Empowerment and Volleyball programmes to beneficiaries from the surrounding villages who find it difficult to access specialized programmes to develop their skills. The Centre also has a library to help the beneficiaries broaden their knowledge base and is home to a Children’s Goodness Club to ensure that the children and youth attending programmes understand the importance of doing good deeds that can help and benefit their community, for a brighter future.
A big thank you goes to Rashantha for her thoughtful initiative to support rural northern communities in Sri Lanka to make better progress in life.


07th September 2017






Sri Lankan doctor who specialised in treating the elderly has died after testing positive for Covid-19 in London.
Dr Anton Sebastianpillai, who was in his 70s, died on Saturday, four days after being admitted to Kingston Hospital, BBC reportedm
The consultant geriatrician, who qualified as a doctor in Sri Lanka in 1967, had a long association with the hospital in south-west London.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said he had last worked on 20 March.
“It is with great sadness that I confirm the death of a consultant geriatrician who was part of the team at Kingston Hospital,” a trust spokeswoman said.
“Dr Anton Sebastianpillai died on Saturday having been cared for in the hospital’s intensive care unit since 31 March.
“We would like to extend our sincere condolences to his family.”
Dr Sebastianpillai trained at the Peradeniya Medical School in Sri Lanka and qualified in 1967, according to the institution.
In an obituary notice, he was referred to as a “distinguished alumnus”.
“More than sad so very tragic – thoughts, prayers & appreciation to the family. He came out of retirement & paid the ultimate sacrifice. Proud of his SriLanka heritage. What an example”  Dr Asanga Fernando, A Sri Lankan Doctor in London tweeted.
According to Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Anton Sebastianpillai has authored a highly rated book on Sri Lankan History titled “A complete Illustrated History, Sri Lanka”.



Coronavirus: Dr Anton Sebastianpillai dies at Kingston Hospital after testing positive

Consultant geriatrician Dr Anton Sebastianpillai was a long-serving member of the team at Kingston Hospital in south west London.








Image:Dr Anton Sebastianpillai died after four days in intensive care Why you can trust Sky News 
An NHS consultant has become the latest healthcare worker to die in the UK after contracting coronavirus.
Dr Anton Sebastianpillai was a long-serving member of the team at Kingston Hospital in southwest London.
His final shift as a consultant geriatrician came on 20 March, and after becoming ill with COVID-19 he was admitted to the hospital's intensive care unit on 31 March.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said it was "with great sadness" that it could confirm Dr Sebastianpillai had passed away on Saturday after four days in intensive care due to the coronavirus.
The trust's spokesperson added: "Dr Sebastianpillai completed his last shift with us on 20 March and we would like to extend our sincere condolences to his family."











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Dr Sebastianpillai, who was in his 70s, qualified as a doctor in Sri Lanka in 1967.
The country's high commission in London has hailed him as a "distinguished alumnus" of Peradeniya University's medical school, and tweeted to say it was sad to learn of his death.
"It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of Dr Anton Sebastianpillai who died on Saturday, another valued member of the RCP family," the college tweeted.
"Our thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues at this devastating time."
The Liberal Democrats' acting leader Sir Ed Davey, who is the MP for Kingston and Surbiton, said Dr Sebastianpillai's death was "extremely sad news".
He tweeted to say he was "hugely respected as a consultant and author" who he had been "privileged" to have met, adding that a book the doctor had written about the history of Sri Lanka was "world class".
"My thoughts are with Dr Sebastianpillai's wife and son," he added.
Sir Ed also tweeted to say that Dr Sebastianpillai had returned to the frontline to help the NHS with the pandemic, however his hospital trust confirmed to Sky News that he was still working and did not come out of retirement.

A doctor who specialised in treating the elderly has died after testing positive for Covid-19.
Dr Anton Sebastianpillai, who was in his 70s, died on Saturday, four days after being admitted to Kingston Hospital.
The consultant geriatrician, who qualified as a doctor in Sri Lanka in 1967, had a long association with the hospital in south-west London.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said he had last worked on 20 March.
It had previously been reported that Dr Sebastianpillai had retired, but the BBC has been told this was not the case.
"It is with great sadness that I confirm the death of a consultant geriatrician who was part of the team at Kingston Hospital," a trust spokeswoman said.
"Dr Anton Sebastianpillai died on Saturday having been cared for in the hospital's intensive care unit since 31 March.
"We would like to extend our sincere condolences to his family."

'Hugely respected'

Dr Sebastianpillai trained at the Peradeniya Medical School in Sri Lanka and qualified in 1967, according to the institution.
In an obituary notice, he was referred to as a "distinguished alumnus".
In a tweet, acting Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey said Dr Sebastianpillai's death was "very sad news" and he had been "privileged" to meet the "hugely respected" consultant and author.

Extremely sad news: my thoughts are with Dr Sebastianpillai’s wife & son I was privileged to meet him & discuss the NHS & Tamil history Anton is hugely respected as a consultant & author: his Illustrated History of Sri Lanka is world class Anton retired & returned to serve
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Statement on COVID death from Kingston Hospital: “It is with great sadness that I confirm the death of a consultant geriatrician who was part of the team...Dr Anton Sebastianpillai died on Saturday 4 April 2020 having been cared for in the hospital’s intensive care unit”














It is with deep regret and sadness that we inform you that Dr. Anton Sebastianpillai – loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, consultant physician, author and historian - passed away on the morning of 4th April 2020, having contracted Covid-19 in the course of carrying out his vocation as a Doctor.

He was the devoted and loving husband of Vasantha Sebastianpillai and the dearest father of Maria and Kevin, and the proud, kind and doting grandfather of Arlo.

He was the third child of the late Dr Gregory Sebastianpillai and Mrs Josephine Sophia Sebastianpillai (both of Jaffna, Sri Lanka) and a much loved brother of Carmal Nagendran, Yohan Sebastianpillai, Gnanan Sebastianpillai, Angela Richards, Sybilla Kumar and Christie Sebastianpillai.

He will be missed dearly by his godchildren, nieces, nephews, family friends and work colleagues.

A life fulfilled through the pursuit of knowledge and understanding of his two great passions: medicine and Sri Lanka. A long shadow has been cast although his legacy remains very much with us through his family and many authored works.
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