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12 March 2016

 
Destroying Mother Nature: This insanity must stop now
The national government is giving top priority to the challenge of tackling the kidney disease epidemic and one of its main causes -- the excessive use of imported agro-chemicals for the cultivation of paddy and other crops. It is in such a scenario that Sri Lanka on Thursday joined the international community in marking World Kidney Day. The mission of this event is to raise awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide. The theme for this year is ‘Kidney Disease and Children. Act early to prevent it.’ It is vitally important for Sri Lanka because tens of thousands of farmers have died or been paralyzed by the kidney epidemic mainly due to the pollution of ground water supplies in our rice bowl areas such as the North Central Province. Organizers say it is important to make the people aware of kidney diseases which affect millions of people worldwide, including many children who may be at risk of kidney disease at an early age. It is therefore crucial to encourage and facilitate education, early detection and a healthy life style in children, starting at birth and continuing through to old age. The aim is to combat the increase of preventable kidney damage including acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease and to treat children with inborn and acquired disorders of the kidney. President Maithripala Sirisena, who hails from a farmer family in Polonnaruwa has since his election on January 8 last year given powerful leadership to the battle against the kidney epidemic and the use of toxic chemical fertilizers, weedicides or pesticides. Addressing a ceremony held at the Maithripala Senanayake National School on Thursday to mark World Kidney Day, the President pledged he would go beyond words or promises and implement a sustainable national programme to save people from the kidney epidemic.

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