OUR IMPACT

Since commencement in 2021, our three-level intervention approach has reached:

> 27,337*
    STUDENTS

> 40,671*
    PARENTS

*Unique user

Level 2 – Intermediate

Parent education on mental health
Level 2 – Intermediate

Parent Education on Mental Health

In ‘Parent Education on Mental Health Programme’, WEMP is bringing experts and practitioners to schools and parents to equip them with the skills needed to help children to have fulfilling childhoods.

In phase one, we partnered with five primary schools. Activities included workshops on how to relieve stress, talks about children’s development needs and parents support group for sharing on daily hardships.

Beneficiary Schools:

  • PLK Mrs Chan Nam Chong Memorial Primary School
  • PLK HKTA Yuen Yuen Primary School
  • SKH St. Thomas’ Primary School
  • SKH Kei Oi Primary School
  • SKH Kei Fook Primary School

Service Partners:

Dr. Phyllis Chan

Honorary Clinical Associate Professor of Department of Psychiatry of Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong

Level 2 – Intermediate

Early Childhood Parenting Programme

WEMP has expanded positive education to kindergartens across Hong Kong, with the goal of sharing positive parenting skills and mental health knowledge to over 6,000 kindergarten parents. 

It is set to be Hong Kong’s first education programme that targets early childhood mental health.

Level 2 – Intermediate

Dream Chasers Musical - Youth Positive Thinking School Tour

Peer support plays a crucial role in the long-term development of children. Organised by WEMP, funded by the Home and Youth Affairs Bureau and Youth Development Commission, with support from CLAP@JC, alongside its production by Boom Theatre, Dream Chasers Musical – Youth Positive Thinking School Tour, aims to connect secondary school students, inspire positive thinking, and help them discover their passions in life.

The tour features Hong Kong’s only youth-led, long-lived musical titled “Our Journal of Springtime.” Through this musical and free-flowing discussions, students are encouraged to overcome setbacks and develop new passions, then become empowered to pursue their dreams together.