Rural Tibetan School Project
State run educational facilities are scarce in Tibet. Most rural Tibetan schools for nomadic communities are monastery affiliated. They are the only alternative for rural Tibetan children to receive basic education. The conditions of rural Tibetan schools are poor and their staffing inconsistent. Their food and other education supplies always run low and the children suffer difficult conditions to study in.
In an effort to help alleviate such difficult conditions, in 2011, PKAM distributed 400 kg of Basmathi Rice, 500 exercise books and 130 dozens pencils and 100 pens to two rural schools in Tibet as part of its maturing International Aid Programme.
Sri Lankan Tamil Refugees Of Malaysia - Education Supplies Aid