Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the Council launched Jockey Club Incubating Community Participation through Modular Social Housing Pilot Programme at the Nam Cheong Street site. The’s objective is to incubate efficacy-based participation for the community. It is expected that new residents can develop their ability and contribute to the community, on top of obtaining supports from the service operator. To develop a better housing project, the engaged service operator will play a role to provide social services to new residents such as designing saving plan with residents, providing community participation programme, employment training and support service, in order to improve their capacity for tackling living challenge. The services for social housing are designed at individual level and community level.
- Individual level: Support tenant to learn life skills like saving plans and increase their awareness of community resources to improve their capacity in tackling living challenge such as how to rent a flat in a private market.
- Community level: Help residents establish social network with neighbors and the larger community in order to have more social support, and meanwhile contribute to the community.