The Scales of social well-being at Individual level ???
In 2019, there are over 180,000 children aged below 18 living in poverty in Hong Kong ??, which is representing 17.8% of the whole children population according to the survey conducted by the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department. How to assist these underprivileged children to escape from the developmental disadvantages is a big challenge among policy-makers and NGOs, especially during the social distancing measures under the COVID-19 pandemic.?♀️?♂️
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The Census and Statistics Department, the HKSAR Government. (2020, December). Hong Kong Poverty Situation Report 2019. https://www.statistics.gov.hk/pub/B9XX0005E2019AN19E0100.pdf
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