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Congratulations from Atlas to all the young writers who won the Commonwealth Essay Competition!

“Behind every child who believes in their dreams, there is a mother and father who believed first” is a saying that resonates with many. In Sri Lanka, it’s more than just parents who believe. Atlas, Sri Lanka’s leading learning brand, has embarked on an ambitious journey to empower children, giving wings to their dreams. 

This commitment was recently showcased when Atlas celebrated the creativity and potential of young Sri Lankan writers, making a profound statement supporting their literary aspirations.    

The momentous occasion was the Commonwealth Essay Competition, held on 16th May 2023. In collaboration with Atlas, the Ministry of Education in Sri Lanka honored the winners in a much-acclaimed recognition ceremony. These young writers, with their flair for innovation and imagination, represent the very essence of Sri Lanka’s promising future. They have dared to dream, challenge conventions, and embrace new horizons.   

Speaking with great passion, Mr. Asitha Samaraweera, Managing Director, Atlas Axillia Company Private Limited, expressed heartfelt congratulations to all the winners, stating, “Our collaboration with the Ministry of Education goes beyond the walls of the classroom. It explores how we can nurture and feed the learning ecosystem of Sri Lanka. At Atlas, we aim to do more than supply school necessities; we strive to make learning fun. This sponsorship is a testament to our commitment to empowering dreams and fostering a love for learning among our nation’s youth.”    

Atlas is more than a brand; it is a catalyst, fueling the next generation’s dreams and ensuring the children of Sri Lanka are given every opportunity to make their dreams a reality. It is a consistently creative journey, providing invaluable resources, crafting engaging platforms, and creating tools that stimulate young minds. Each endeavor of Atlas is a stepping stone towards creating a positive and transformative impact on the lives of students across Sri Lanka.    

 

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