Kelab Pencinta Alam (KPA)
Made up with more than 16,000 students, MNS School Nature Club (Kelab Pencinta Alam) is the only government recognised environmental programme in Malaysia. Kelab Pencinta Alam was first established in August 1991 with seed funding from a private company and in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Malaysia. It started with a pioneer group of 12 schools throughout the Klang Valley and today as in 2020, its membership stands at 417 schools from all over Malaysia.
The KPA programme aims to encourage interest, understanding and involvement in various environmental activities and conservation efforts amongst the school-going generation
To widen our outreach activities, MNS Education Coordinators are appointed at state level to organize programmes and activities for KPA in their respective states. These state Education Coordinators have been the catalyst in the expansion of KPA. They keep strengthening the link between the schools, Education Department and MNS. At a national level, zonal nature camps, workshops, competitions and special projects are held.
School Nature Clubs from headquarter will carry out various programmes to ensure the members are aware of their current environmental issues