Women In Need launched the first ever mobile app addressing gender based violence in Sri Lanka in 2017. (L to R): Savithri Wijesekera, Executive Director - Women In Need, Prof. Maithri Wickremesinghe, Dinesha de Silva Wickremanayake, Country Representative - The Asia Foundation The Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker'S visit to Women In Need. Her visit to WIN was a major highlight of our calendar as it showcased the credibility and recognition WIN had earned with the Government of Sri Lanka and the British High Commission.
Former U.N. Secretary Ban Ki Moon's wife Ban Soon Taek visited Women In Need. Women In Need works with the Women and Children's Bureau of the Police to help victims using the 2six4 mobile app' (picture courtesy: Daily News) Walk for WIN 2014 press conference with popular actress Ms.Pooja Umashankar.
The conference was inaugurated by Savithri Wijesekera – Executive Director of WIN, Laila Gunasekera – Vice President, Grant Group, Sonali Dissanayake – Chairperson – Walk for WIN 2014 and popular actress Ms.Pooja Umashankar.

Fundraiser charity walk - 2014' - ‘Walk for WIN – 2014' was organised by Women In Need in order to raise funds for the organisation, and witnessed a participation of approximately 2000 participants.

Board of Directors and WIN staff with Ban Soon Taek Savithri Wijesekera with Ban Soon Taek Ban Soon Taek's visit to Women In Need Savithri Wijesekera introduces WIN's masterminds to Camilla Parker Board of Directors and WIN staff with Camilla Parker
Savithri Wijesekera, Executive Director Duchess Camilla Parker's visit to WIN The 2six4 team in Matara at the launch of the mobile app on Women's Day, 2017 Forum theatre team performs at Duchess Camilla Parker's visit Recycled paper products by WIN FOR HER
Fundraiser charity walk - 2012' - The theme of the walk was for men to walk a mile in women's shoes Awareness and Gender Sensitisation for Law Enforcement Officers . Awareness and Gender Sensitisation for Medical Officers.
Women In Need Office - The 2six4 team. Women In Need - Team of Lawyers Social Enterprise Programme. Awareness and Training Workshop for Prison Inmates. Women's Rights for Local Communities Forum Theatre Team.
The core team at WIN with one of its founders, Premalatha Weerasinghe WIN FOR HER project One of the victim's children displaying his product WIN's forum theatre group 'Shakthi'