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To build up age-friendly momentum in districts, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust provides funding for supporting the districts to implement appropriate programmes to improve the age-friendliness of the community and address the age-friendly concerns based on the baseline assessment findings in 18 districts.
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District-based Programmes by NGOs and community organisations

A total funding of $1.5 million is provided to each district (annual funding of $500,000 for three years in each district) for supporting non-governmental organisations ("NGOs") and community organisations to implement three batches of district-based programmes. In 2017-2020, the Trust has approved 128 district-based programmes organised by nearly 80 NGOs and community organisations with a total funding of about $26.2 million, directly benefiting nearly 110,000 older people and the general public.

Pilot phase in 8 districts (Central & Western, Islands, Kowloon City, Kwun Tong, Sha Tin, Tai Po, Tsuen Wan, Wan Chai)
First Batch of List of District-based Programmes (Chinese version only)
Second Batch of List of District-based Programmes (Chinese version only)
Third Batch of List of District-based Programmes (Chinese version only)
Second phase in 10 districts (Eastern, Kwai Tsing, North, Sai Kung, Sham Shui Po, Southern, Tuen Mun, Wong Tai Sin, Yau Tsim Mong, Yuen Long)
First Batch of List of District-based Programmes (Chinese version only)
Second Batch of List of District-based Programmes (Chinese version only)
Third Batch of List of District-based Programmes (Chinese version only)

District-based Programmes by Professional Support Teams  

To address the age-friendly concerns of districts in a comprehensive way, the Trust also partners with the Professional Support Teams ("PST") of four universities to implement 12 PST-led district-based programmes in the 10 districts of the second phase, directly benefiting about 4,800 older people and the general public.
Full List of District-based Programmes by Professional Support Teams

Territory-wide Programmes

In response to the three domains with lower scores (namely Community support and health services, Housing, Civic participation and employment), the Trust has scaled up some successful district-based programmes to territory-wide programmes for implementing across the city in order to benefit more people and achieve greater impact.
Full List of Territory-wide Programmes

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all district-based programmes

Initiated and funded by:

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Project partners:

  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • The University of Hong Kong
  • Lingnan University
  • The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Jockey Club Institute of Ageing
  • Sau Po Centre on Ageing
  • Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies
  • Institute of Active Ageing
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