In recent months, the focus of the media has been on the Rohingya refugees in India. But the plight of Sri Lankan refugees, who have been here for nearly 35 years, appears to have gone out of the public consciousness. The pathetic condition of shelters, restrictions on movement, and limited scope of livelihood opportunities affect the community of one lakh-odd Sri Lankan refugees, who have been living in Tamil Nadu ever since the anti-Tamil pogrom in July 1983. Besides, statelessness is a major problem for a section of refugees whose roots are from central parts of Sri Lanka, generally called hill country. The refugees also suffer from social and psychological problems as reports of suicides, school dropouts and child marriage show. Many middle-aged refugees worry about their children’s future, given the fact that 40% of camp refugees are below 18 years. As 28,500 refugees are said to be stateless, the Sri Lankan government, in 2003 and 2009, amended its laws to enable easier repatriation. Tamil political parties on the other side of the Palk Strait would love the refugees to return so that the strength of elected representatives from the Tamil-majority Northern Province will go up in the Sri Lankan Parliament. Yet, the voluntary reverse flow of refugees has happened only incrementally. Even the end of the Eelam War in May 2009 and the decision of Indian authorities in January 2016 to waive visa fees and overstay penalty on a case by case basis for willing persons have not made a huge difference. In the last eight and a half years, hardly 10% of the total refugee population (9,238 people) went back through a scheme implemented by Indian officials along with the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The future of Tamil refugees seem to be not clear. Basic education, shelter, food are not affordable. Right now we are providing tuition for tamil children in couple of refugee camps & focused on giving basic amenities to 200 homeless tamil refugees in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. With the funds raised in this campaign, we are pledged to provide tuition & basic facilities to at least 1000 people. Every single dollar will be spent on the betterment of the tamil people who are the affected innocent civilians of the Sri Lankan civil war. These funds will go for the most forgotten people of the world unlike Syrians & Rohingyas. This world only have advocated for Muslims & Christians who comprise the majority world population unlike Tamil Hindus who are an ethnic minority. So we request you to contribute for a noble cause. We are deeply connected to the sentiments of tamils as we grew up seeing their hardships. Please help to these people so that we can make the world a better place all together.