Corporate Partners and Other Sponsors

We are indebted to JP Morgan who supported the three year pilot for the Programme from 2011-2014.


We are also grateful for the grants we received from Barclays, C&A Foundation, Cisco, Jurlique Ideas of Beauty Fund, The Hong Kong Club Foundation and The Sir Robert Ho Tung Charitable Fund which support the Programme from 2014-2016.





Collaborating Partners

The Equal Opportunities Commission, The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong, and Teach4HK are our key collaborating organisations which provide precious support to the Programme.



Training Partners

We engaged the Gender Studies Centre at the Chinese University of Hong Kong to assist us with the development of the curriculum and training format for the first year of the Programme. TWF has since further refined the curriculum and training format based on the findings and feedback from the Programme.

Research Partners

In keeping with TWF's practice to engage independent subject matter experts to conduct the impact assessment of our major programmes, the Programme evaluation was conducted by the Centre for Advancement of Inclusive and Special Education, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong in 2011 – 2012 and by the Social Work Department, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2012-2015 respectively.  Impact evaluation for subsequent years of the Programme (2015-2017) has been the responsibility of the Department of Applied Social Sciences, the City University of Hong Kong. The impact assessment of the Programme includes recommendations for refining its content and training format, and studies the Programme's effect on individuals and communities as well as the sustainabiity of the Programme.


Academic Advisors

We would like to acknowledge the contribution of all our distinguished Programme advisors:

  • Dr. Anita Chan, the Hong Kong Institute of Education
  • Prof. Dora Choi, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Prof. Samuel Ho, the City University of Hong Kong
  • Prof. Cherry Tam, the City University of Hong Kong
  • Prof. Siu Ming To, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Dr. Dannii Yeung, the City University of Hong Kong

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