Islamic Relief recently distributed a second batch of bicycles to 30 students from Rajagalathenna School in Uhana Division, who were facing difficulties walking long distances to reach school. The bicycles were distributed under the project, Islamic Relief’s Catch-up & Return to Education through Better Learning Environment in Sri Lanka (i-CARES), which is funded by Islamic Relief Canada.

The i-CARES project aims to provide a better learning environment for students, particularly those who are facing challenges in accessing education due to poverty and other barriers. The distribution of bicycles to students is one of the ways in which Islamic Relief is working to address these challenges and ensure that students are able to attend school regularly. The distribution of bicycles not only helps students to reach school more easily but also encourages them to continue their education, leading to better outcomes for their future.