In regard of providing quality education and promoting multi-cultural experiences, Young Influencer Lab of the Asia Pacific Youth Development Foundation has funded the “D-Generation Learning Support Scheme”, which provides ethnic minority tertiary students with the opportunity to use their strengths and participate in the community.
According to a study by the World Economic Forum and The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the education gap is widening during the pandemic, as students in grassroots households are not getting adequate support. Inequality in education is becoming critical.
As students stay at home during the pandemic, they need adequate supplies to continue their studies away from schools. Thanks to the generous donations from kind hearted individuals and organisations, the AYF received and delivered some tablets and SIM cards to students of Lok Sin Tong Yeung Chung Ming Primary
Amid the third wave of the Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong, the government had initially announced that schools could start the new academic year with online learning only, with face-to-face classes and physical interactions suspended. Earlier this week, it allowed a return to on-site classes in two phases from September
The Asia Pacific Youth Development Foundation’s (AYF) first annual dinner was successfully held on December 6. Over 70 members and guests came together on a Friday evening to discuss and exchange views on the theme “Our Future”. We are pleased to have Dr Simon Shen, a renowned international relations scholar,