The world of Tzu Chi Augusts 2021 (Vol.136)

TZU CHI 136 41 ocal News Translated by Lee Hui Yieng Love and Care to Isolated Patients Since the start of the pandemic, physical classroom learning has been shifted online. However, many underprivileged children lack essential devices for online classes, and this affects their studies. As education should never be compromised, Tzu Chi KL & Selangor launched the E-Caring programme on June 11, to provide computers to care recipients’ children, thereby improving their learning conditions. Amidst the MCO restrictions, volunteers overcame various obstacles to expedite the delivery of computers. As of June 30, the programme has benefitted 55 families, enabling the children to pursue their studies without hindrance. KL & Selangor 11–30.06.2021 Report & photo by the Tzu Chi Documenting Team On June 11, Tzu Chi Seremban volunteers distributed bottled mineral water, biscuits, detergent, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and other daily supplies to two Covid-19 quarantine centres set up at Aminuddin Baki Institute in Bandar Baru Enstek, and Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT) 3 in Nilai, as well as a quarantine and low-risk treatment centre (PKRC) at Polytechnic Port Dickson. In addition to the daily supplies, Tzu Chi Seremban also donated three blood pressure monitors, three pulse oximeters and an oxygen trolley to the PKRC. Seremban 11.06.2021 Report by Gan Moo Tan, Chan Yoke Mui & Kan Sou Fong Photo courtesy of Li Wen Long Computers to Enable Uninterrupted Learning