CIIF Achievement and Performance Management
Statistics on Project Achievements
As at 31 December 2018, CIIF had processed 28 batches of applications and funded 375 projects which had been/will be implemented with an approved amount totalling HK$562 million. Statistics on funded project achievements are as follows:
- Engaged over 774 000 direct participants in the projects, including about 101 000 volunteers, and built up about 2 200 mutual support networks;
- About 38 700 participants had their roles transformed from recipients to volunteers/ leaders, or from participants/ volunteers to leaders/ coordinators;
- Supported about 34 000 families;
- Mobilised about 9 800 collaborative partners, including those from the business sector, non-governmental organisations, the school sector, residents' associations, hospitals, district councils and government departments;
- Assisted about 8 400 people in re-entering the labour market with confidence and capabilities enhanced;
- Established 112 self-support groups;
- Funded projects implemented in 18 districts with Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai ranking first in number and Sham Shui Po ranking second, i.e. 51 and 37 respectively. Please click here for details about the distribution of funded projects in districts.
- Major categories and target groups of the projects include family and child development, youth development, elderly support and empowerment, community capacity building, social integration (including ethnic minorities, new arrivals, persons with disabilities, etc), healthcare (including mental and psychological health) and cross-generational integration. Among them, family and child development as well as community capacity building are two of the most popular categories. Please click here for details about the categories.
Statistics on Performance Management of the CIIF Secretariat
CIIF Evaluation Study
In 2004-2006 and 2010-2012, the Labour and Welfare Bureau commissioned several universities in Hong Kong to conduct two independent evaluation studies on CIIF’s overall effectiveness in social capital development.
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