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The Backbone of NGO is Government

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Liu Min


HKSYU, 4 Mar - Lu Tak Ming, the CEO of Yan Oi Tong, indicated that government donate over HK$300 million to non-government Welfare Organizations in Hong Kong last year.


Hong Kong is one of the city with the highest costs of living, largest income disparities and a high poverty rate in the world. Therefore, there are more than 180 registered NGO aim to help people in Hong Hong. However, the governance of NGO becomes a big problem.


“The good and the bad are intermingled,” said Lu. He pointed out that there were many non-registered NGO in society which are out of the jurisdiction. Some organizations and individuals cheated on the false pretenses of charity. Lu thought humanity is the key point. But it would be helpful if there was legal restraint. On the other hand, he came up with 2P and 3C principles,which refers to passion, persistent, coordination, creativity and communication.


In recent years, Yan Oi Tong received large amount of donation from the rich in mainland China. Lu indicated it would be an opportunity to NGO since China has registered astonishing economic progress. However, the donation from mainland China only accounted for less than 1% of the donation amount. The government was the biggest source of money which accounted for 80% of total number. Therefore, in the coming 2 decades, mainland China would not become the backbone of Hong Kong NGO.
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