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Award Council of the Hong Kong Award for Young People

Appointed by the Chief Executive who has delegated the power to the Secretary for Home Affairs

Enquiry : Ms Joyce CHAN Kit-yee
Nos. 301-309, 3/F, Lai Kwai House,
Lai Kok Estate,
Cheung Sha Wan,
Telephone : 2157 8600
Official website :

Mr LO Yan-lai, JP  
Vice- Chairman  
Mr Andy KWOK Wing-leung  
Honorary Treasurer  
Mr Stanley CHOI Tak-shing  
Ms Mariana AU Man-chong
Mr Whelan LEUNG YIP Wai-lun
Dr CHOW Pak-chin, BBS, JP
Mr Cecil KWONG Chi-ho
Dr Lobo LOUIE Hung-tak
Mr Victor PANG Wing-seng
Mr Ben KUEN Ping-yiu
Mr Henry LIM Hang-lei, MH, OStJ, JP
Ms Tina WONG Ting
Mr Timothy HASSAN Ka-chun
Dr Evelyn LAM Ho-yi
Ms Phyllis LO Hiu-kei
Dr Philip MA Ching-yeung
Mr Jason LEE Kwong-yee
Mr Christopher PANG Rong-chung
Mr LAM Chi-kong
Official members  
Representative of Commissioner of Police
Mr FOK Lok-sang
Representative of Secretary for Education
Mr CHAN Wing-kee
Representative of Secretary for Home Affairs
Mr Michael LI Chun-yu
Representative of Commissioner for Labour Ms Lina CHEUNG Wan-kwan

Secretary : Ms Joyce CHAN Kit-yee, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Award for Young People

Terms of reference
(1) To operate and encourage the development of The Hong Kong Award for Young People (HKAYP) in Hong Kong and be responsible for the overall policy and the maintenance of standards.
(2) To be responsible for policy planning, strategies development and outcomes monitoring of all HKAYP programmes. To monitor the implementation of all aspects of the HKAYP Operations including Award Office.
(3) To be responsible for public relations and publicity of the Award Scheme in Hong Kong and abroad and to maintain contact with the Award Authorities in other countries and the International Secretariat.
(4) To liaise with the International Award Association in matters of policy and changes of conditions or standards.
(5) To arrange the necessary financial support for the development and administration of the Award Scheme, and to be responsible for the approval of estimates received from various Committees and Sub-Committees and the submission of applications for financial assistance to Government or other funding sources.
(6) To license organisations and groups as operating authorities of the Award Scheme according to conditions which the Council will lay down.
(7) To confer Gold Awards and make arrangements for their presentation.
(8) To review and revise the programmes as necessary.
(9) To approve the Annual Report and Budget of the Scheme.
(10) To appoint and to delegate authority to Committees and to withdraw such authority as necessary.
(11) To do such other things as may be consistent with aims and objectives of the Award Scheme.

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