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社聯業務計劃 2015-16 (只供英文版本) 


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HKCSS 2015-16 Business Plan: Strategic Areas and Key Social Development Agenda and Objectives

STRATEGIC AREAS

KEY SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENDA AND OBJECTIVES

DELIVERABLES AND IMPACT

  • Services Development and Long Term Welfare Planning
  • Long-term services planning  in  Elderly and Rehabilitation Services
  • To follow up the Elderly Services Programme Plan (ESPP) in Hong Kong
  • To work with the rehabilitation sector to urge the Government to launch the review of RPP

 

 

 

 

 

ESPP

  • Discussions on the LTC mechanism among NGOs and various stakeholders conducted and views channeled.
  • Take part in the Project Steering Group of project on Enhancement of the Infrastructure of Long Term Care in Hong Kong which is formed by the Government.
  • Concrete suggestions covering case mix & RUGs, inteRAI 9.1, IT system, case management and outcome indicators formulated and channeled.
  • Consultation sessions  conducted to collect and consolidate views from various stakeholders on: home care and respite service review; public and private service interface; role of centre service at pre-long term care stage; and end of life care.
  • Follow up the recommended lump sum grant funding mode for Enhance Home Care Service set in ESPP.

RPP

  • Major Issues of concern identified and expressed to the LWB to demonstrate the necessity of RPP review.
  • Manpower provision and training
  • To engage the concerned stakeholders to address the manpower shortage issues of PT, OT and personal care workers by suggested different solutions

 

  • Discussions on the provision of manpower on para-medical and personal care staff among NGOs and various stakeholders conducted and views channeled.
  • Recommendations on manpower put forward to the Government, policy makers, training institutes and political parties.
  • To complete the HKCSS- Centum Youth Ambassador for Elderly Care Project and share the insight to the concerned stakeholders.

 

  • Long term development and provision of pre-school education and care services
  • To ensure adequate supply of quality child care and kindergarten services to meet the developmental needs of pre-school children and to provide support to working parents.  Views of the sector would be channeled to 3 major review exercises including: review of free kindergarten education, consultancy study on child care services, and pilot project on services for SEN students in ordinary kindergarten.

 

  • To take an active part in the consultation on the proposal of free kindergarten education conducted in mid-year.  A cross-sectored forum discussing the vision of free kindergarten education organized, as to narrate how policy direction could endow children from diverse background with an equal start, developmentally appropriate and quality education in local context.
  • To contribute to the consultancy study to be carried out by the government on understanding the child care needs of the community.  Collaborating with the social development team as to work out recommendations to the design of consultancy study.
  • To consolidate the sector’s views on service design for pre-school SEN students for channeling to SWD and the SEN Working Group of the Commission on Poverty.

 

  • Population Challenges and Opportunities
  • Youth development and participation
  • To take an active part in the formulation of Youth Policy by building up capacity of youth workers to facilitate the build-up of service model on youth development and participation on community level

 

 

  • To engage business sector to offer opportunities for young people through career explorations and internship program, and contribute to the professional discourse of life/career planning by: addressing the unique contemporary social context that youth is facing; introducing a broadened definition of work and youth as partners for social development and innovation; staging dialogue between mainstream service and specialized teams to facilitate support for youth not well engaged in school setting; and facilitating the life/career planning in school by collating views from school social workers and make recommendations to Education Bureau.

 

 

  • Training programs conducted with 60 youth workers enrolled and focus groups with stakeholders concerning youth development and formulation of youth policy with 8 NGOs participated.
  • Meeting or sharing session with newly formed Commission on Youth.
  • To achieve better understanding of workplace and life and career planning among young people, as well as a better chance for upward mobility, through partnership projects with corporation and government, including:
    • “Project +AD” supported by J. P. Morgan, to enhance employability of youth taking associate degree (AD) program
    • the pilot project on life/career planning supported by Jockey Club Charities Trust
    • the job exploration program for youth “Future Stars: Upward Mobility Formula” jointly with the Commission on Poverty (CoP)
  • Retirement protection and Age-Friendly Hong Kong (AFHK)
  • To engage different sectors in the consultation of pension reform, consolidate the welfare sector’s views and channel to the government, and promote Councils’ proposal on MPF reform, with an aim to ensure adequate basic income protection for every elderly person

 

 

Age-Friendly Hong Kong (AFHK)

  • To engage different stakeholders to launch the 24 AFHK index

 

 

Retirement Protection

  • Clients in social service sector are engaged to express opinion during pension reform consultation
  • Constructive discussion conducive to pension OAIP reform is facilitated
  • Civil society organizations are aware the significance of MPF core fund reform, and the Council’s suggestions on MPF core fund are accepted

AFHK

  • 24 AFHK index data combined and shared with the policy maker and political parties.
  • Policy implication and social impact on population ageing policy explored.
  • Age-friendly Business promoted through cross-disciplinary efforts.
  • Employment of people with disabilities
  • To promote the talent and ability of people with disability to the general public
  • To identify new policies or measures with the engagement of concerned stakeholders to enhance the employment of people with disabilities

 

 

 

  • The 9th Hong Kong Abilympics organized to select contestants with disabilities to represent Hong Kong to take part in the 9th International Abilympics in France in March 2106.
  • The 18 Districts Caring Employers Recognition Scheme held to recognize the employers hiring people with disabilities.
  • To identify and channel recommendations to related authorities on support to high-functioning people with disabilities working in open market.

 

  • Development of community economy
  • Promote community economic development (CED) / small business in the community as means for district level poverty alleviation
  • Promote residents’ participation and engagement at the district level

 

 

 

  • Research and forum to explore possible models and practices of developing community economy (e.g. co-operatives) in Hong Kong.
  • Promotion of CED initiatives in different districts, in cooperation with civil society groups and district level stakeholders.
  • Value of community economic development and local market place is recognized at the district and policy levels.

 

 

  • Housing policy for the deprived
  • Explore and advocate alternative housing and related measures to address the housing needs of the deprived communities

 

  • To conduct a research and organize a study visit on social housing,  so as to understand its viability and to identify future advocacy plan.

 

  • Sustainable development and corporate practices
  • Promote the balanced and sustainable development of Hong Kong
  • Support businesses to address social issues through their 
    core business operations, so as to achieve a better alignment of core business activities with social needs

 

 

 

  • Advocate the value of sustainability leadership to business : Share best practices through case studies and practical guides and make recommendations to business and government.
  • Facilitate cross-sector partnership and collaboration: Convene partners with shared challenges and goals; advise on project design, coordinate delivery, evaluate results.
  • Involve the SME sector through the ‘Caring SME Alliance’:  Sharing between “5years+” Caring Company SMEs; Act as champions and advocates for SME sustainability.

 

  • Sector Capacity Building and Finance
  • Tackling the possible threat of 2% baseline reduction in subvention in the coming three years.

 

  • Interim Sub-committee on Sector Finance championing a strategy supported by sector-wide consensus.
  • Formation of consensus through thorough consultation in the sector.

 

  • Engagement and development of governance of member NGOs

 

 

  • Governance Knowledge Base infrastructure formulated with content beginning to grow.
  • Visitation Program piloted with the help of partner organizations.

 

  • Increasing participation of non-subvented NGOs in Council’s activities by addressing their common needs

 

 

 

  • Enhanced functioning of Core-Group on Non-subvented NGOs for needs identification and on going monitoring.
  • Engagement of Government Departments (such as SWD) and major funders with the Core-Group.
  • Organize sharing sessions of specific common concerns relevant to subvented NGOs for capacity building.

 

  • HKCSS Convention
  • re-affirm roles of NGO sector for sustainable social and economic development
  • cross sectoral dialogue on strategic issues and concerns and set agenda for joint actions
  • draw input from disciplines for NGO capacity building

 

 

  • An annual signature event of the Council and the NGOs community, to be attended by 500 NGO practitioners including social workers and other professionals from Hong Kong and beyond.
  • To enable stakeholders to share experience and views to social welfare services and explore innovative ideas.
  • Impact expected : HKCSS as a generator for positive social changes.