The violation of child rights is highly prevalent in Sri Lanka, especially among low income households or in households and households in which one or more family members are users of alcohol or drugs. The meager incomes, further drained by alcohol and drug use, result in children being deprived of basic needs such as proper nutrition, education, and housing as well as adequate clothing, and healthcare. Furthermore, children from abusive homes suffer severe physical and psychological damage that can have lasting consequences. Because of the lack of awareness, many children continue to live in an environment which is detrimental to their physical and mental health. Healthy Lanka seeks to improve this situation be implementing programmes to uplift the health and wellbeing of children. The programme seeks to educate both, children, and parents on the importance of good health and hygiene as well as the development of children into confident and capable citizens of the country.