Since December 2011, the Learning Family Project has started a large-scale community survey in Tsui Ping (South) Estate and Shun Tin Estate in Kwun Tong. The survey aimed at collecting comprehensive data in respect of the residents’ family 3Hs (Health, Happiness and Harmony) status, neighborhood relationship and community network, etc.
On 21 December 2011, the FAMILY Project held a press conference to announce the preliminary findings of its study on healthy lifestyle and health status among the Hong Kong population, and to introduce the public to the interactive calculator, “10-point Healthy Living Index” (HELI), an easy way to assess their health status.
With “environmental protection” as the topic, the Family Goes Green project-based learning activity inspired students and parents to make use of this green platform to enhance family communication and interaction. And the awards presentation ceremony was held on 24 September.
In order to sustain the culture of “Learning together with family”, the Learning Family Project held reunion gatherings for the “Learning Family 360 – 3Hs Workshop” participants at an eco-farm in Tuen Mun, where participants and their family members had a close contact with the natural environment.
A host of learning activities of the Learning Family Project had been held in Tsui Ping (South) Estate of Kwun Tong. These fun-filled and interesting activities covered everyone from children to the elderly, suitable for the whole family.
To further embed a culture of “Learning together with family members” among residents of Tsui Ping (South) Estate in Kwun Tong, the Learning Family Project is organizing a range of learning programmes for the residents, with the active engagement of the Mutual Aid Committees (MACs) in the programme design and implementation.
The Practice Wisdom Forum of Happy Family Kitchen Project was held on 7 July. It stimulated fruitful discussions among participants. Many participants gave favorable comments on the forum and considered that the event had provided a constructive platform for experience and knowledge exchange.
Hundreds of residents attended the first training workshop of the Learning Family Project, namely, “Learning Family 360 – 3Hs Workshop”. The workshop was conducted for residents of Tsui Ping (South) Estate, Kwun Tong to bring out the message of learning together with family members.
The FAMILY Project launched the online Award Campaign for “FAMILY: A Promise Made is a Promise Kept? – Living Up to Your Word” in cerebration of this year’s International Day of Families on 15 May. The campaign aims to promote family 3Hs (Health, Happiness and Harmony) through showing our love to family members by action.