Learnings from our Programmes

For TWF, our Community Programmes are a rich source of data and learnings. We are also passionate about impact assessments that simultaneously allow mid-course corrections for the benefit of our Programme participants and to uphold our committment to our donors by making the best possible use of their funding. We also know that there are organisations and individuals who are experts in impact assessment and who have much greater knowledge and experience than we have in the areas and communities we aim to serve. Wherever, we can, we engage these experts as independent evaluators for our programmes, believing as we do that our investment in harnessing their time and energy will be repaid in spades by the authoritative analysis, commentary and advice they provide. The excellent case studies and evaluation reports shown below are a testament to their committment to our Programmes and the causes we serve. We hope the findings and recommendations contained in the reports will be useful to other NGOs, educators, academics, Government and other stakeholders who are working in similar fields and areas. If you have any questions or feedback on our case studies and evaluation reports, please contact Lisa Moore at lisa.moore@twfhk.org

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Aug
2016

The interaction effect of attentional bias and attentional control on dispositional anxiety among adolescents

A research report commissioned by TWF and conducted by Professor Samuel M.Y. Ho, Dannii Yeung and Christine W.Y. Mak from the City University of Hong Kong examining the relationship between selective attentional bias and psychological well-being among adolescents in Hong Kong. This report was published in the British Journal of Psychology (2016).
Nov
2015

Evaluation Study on TWF Life Skills Programme 2014-15

An independent evaluation of TWF's Life Skills Programme for Adolescent Girls & Boys
Apr
2015

Evaluation Study on TWF Life Skills Programme 2013-14

An independent evaluation of TWF's Life Skills Programme for Adolescent Girls & Boys
Mar
2015

Providing Skills That Allow Youth to Flourish

Key Findings from The Women's Foundation's Life Skills Programme for Adolescent Girls & Boys
Nov
2014

Evaluation Report for TWF's Financial Literacy Programme for Marginalised Women

An independent evaluation of TWF's Financial Literacy Programme for Eight Different Marginalised Communities of Women
Sep
2014

TWF and CUHK Symposium on Youth Work and Youth Support in a Changing Society

The Women's Foundation partnered with The Chinese University of Hong Kong to present a full day symposium on the challenges, opportunities and innovations in youth work and youth support in a changing society.

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