Serendib plans to expand the English Camp in Sri Lanka from its current base in Ratnapura District, Sabaragamuwa Province, to the Southern, Western, Eastern, Uwa, Northern, Central, North Central, and Northwestern Provinces of the country.  The original vision of the program as it was carried out in 1996 by the Peace Corps and the Ministry of Education was to organize the English Camp at a national level.  In order to achieve this goal, Serendib has forwarded a proposal to the United States Agency for International Development and the Office of Transition Initiatives to conduct an island wide Peace Education Camp. 

The Peace Education Camp will provide a unique opportunity for Tamil, Sinhalese, and Muslim children to interact in a harmonious environment where all three languages of Sinhalese, Tamil and English share equal respect.  These children will work, play, and study together for the duration of the program, and their exposure to one another will create a social setting of multicultural acceptance and ethnic harmony. 

Serendib's vision for the expansion of the Residential English Education Camp in Sri Lanka is based on the awareness that English as a link language is pivotal to the peace process in the country.  As these Camps grow and take root in the various Provinces throughout the nation, they will become a powerful tool for uplifting communities, and will help to guide Sri Lanka towards a brighter future.