Continuing Education

In the past, women have had less access to opportunities for receiving education due to traditional gender stereotypes. Moreover, the responsibility to care for the family often fell on the women, further affecting their ability to continue their formal education. We engage women with adult education courses to help build self-confidence while improving their skills and knowledge.

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Staff Development

Staff are an integral part of the organization, and we care about the physical and mental development of our colleagues, as well as their professional advancement. We have been committed to promoting...


One Day We Can Fly

The family resources available to single-parent families are limited, and some women need to take care of their children by themselves, while facing difficulties in economics, employment, and living...


Adult Education Scheme for Women

Since 1998, we has been subsidized by the Labor and Welfare Bureau for various types of Adult Education Scheme to cater for the learning needs of different groups of women and to encourage women to...


Peer IT Project by Women IT Ambassadors

The HKFWC launched the Peer IT Project by Women IT Ambassadors in 2000, in order to breech the digital divide and promote awareness of information technology among women.