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Campus Beat Drugs’ New Energy
  Project Approved in 2005  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

To provide journalistic training to students, who will then interview workers of the anti-drug field for broadcasting at school radio.
A Healthy Harmonious and Caring Campus - Student Health Ambassadors
  Project Approved in 2008  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

Anti-drug workshops will be held for students, teachers and parents. Student Health Ambassadors will also be recruited from schools to receive training and provide counselling services on the website forum under supervision.
h-campus
  Project Approved in 2009  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

The project involves a diversified range of activities for students and their parents.  Students of the whole school will be encouraged to take part in activities that promote healthy life and “no-drug” attitude.  Parents will have joint activities with their children or workshops to enhance their knowledge on drugs and communication skills.
“Don't Try, Say Bye!” Anti-drugs Campaign
  Project Approved in 2009  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

This project will train frontline workers and assist in implementing a “drug-free campus” day, training of anti-drug ambassadors and hosting school-based anti-drug radio station.  The project will also provide parent talks and hold bus parade, etc.
Hand in hand we build a drug-free campus
  Project Approved in 2009  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

Various competitions will be organised to increase students’ interest in participation.  Activities include Chinese writing, notice board design, T-shirt design, etc.
A Healthy Harmonious and Caring Campus – Start with Appreciation
  Project Approved in 2010 (R2)  


Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)

Thirty schools in Kwun Tong District will provide different anti-drug activities to students and parents, including training seminars for helping students develop critical thinking towards drug abuse issues and parent and teacher anti-drug training seminars. Intensive coaching and case work will also be offered to high-risk students who have dropped out from schools.
Toward A Drug-Free Campus: An Integrated Humanistic and Cognitive-Behavioral Training on Anti-Drug Work for Practitioners and Students of the Teaching Profession
  Project Approved in 2013  


Mixed Type (MT)

To provide structured anti-drug training to equip students, fresh graduates and practitioners of the teaching professions with knowledge and skills of an integrated approach of humanistic and cognitive-behavioral therapy for drug abusers. A bilingual web-based course will be produced for online access and self-learning.
A Healthy Harmonious and Caring Campus –「HAND IN HAND」Community-based Anti-drug Project
  Project Approved in 2013  


Mixed Type (MT)

To raise anti-drug awareness of the Kwun Tong community and provide support to drug addicts and their parents through its community network. Community-based carnivals with anti-drug game booths, talks, exhibitions, band shows and sharing by ex-drug addicts will be organised. Activities and individual counselling will be offered to high-risk students and night outreaching activities will be conducted. In addition, mutual support groups for parents of drug-addicts and training for drug rehabilitees will be organised.

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