Elephant Early Warning System (EEWS) is aimed at reducing sudden encounters of wild elephants and thereby reduce the number of human deaths due to elephant attacks. In addition to sms alert to all members in the group, siren is activated automatically as soon as the system gets the first signal. (by dialing of specific number by the person who sees the elephant first) Eng (Dr. ) Ruwan Weerasinghe (Snr. DD/ITI) and his team has been developing this system on the request of ESCAMP with the funding support of the project. We are planning to upgrade this to a fully automated system when the initial field trials are over with promising results. Picture shows the siren installed at Wathupolagama in Maho DS division of Kurunegala district where a Village Fence has been put up under the ESCAMP funding support to mitigate HEC and promote Human Elephant Coexistence. Eng.(Dr.) Weerasinghe and me have inspected the siren installed at Wathupolagama on 30th September 2020. In addition, one more siren has been placed at Kaduruwewa in Ehetuwewa DS division of Kurunegala.