In 2021 Moken Islands Projects started the initiative to support the passing on of cultural-specific knowledge. The Moken teacher Keng schedules trips for the students of the Moken school on the Surin islands. This school is the only school that teaches Moken kids only which means it is the only place where Moken kids are not culturally discriminated. However the subjects are Thai mainstream subjects and hardly any Moken from the island finishes the entire curriculum. This leaves the young Moken with neither a finished education in Thai nor with the diversity of skills and knowledge of the traditional Moken way of life. The perfect solution would be to design a school curriculum specific to this school, that might focus more on environmental conservation (local species, recycling), tourism (language, public speaking), engineering (electricity, motors) and the diversity of cultural specific knowledge. The latter include craftsmanship of boats and any tools needed for that, freediving, spearfishing, making of musical instruments, music, songs, storytelling, reading of stars to navigate the sea, local medicinal herbs and plants, weaving leaves to create mats and boxes, shamanism and more. It is in our power to start with the latter set of knowledge as it is still present in the older generation of Moken.