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Migrant youth

Migrant youths from rural China face a variety of challenges when they move to urban areas with their families, who are in search of better work...

Migrant youths from rural China face a variety of challenges when they move to urban...

Photo Voice

Migrant youths from rural China face a variety of challenges when they move to urban areas with their families, who are in search of better work opportunities.

In partnership with the Center of Youth Talent Enlightened (Diggers), we launched the Photo Voice programme, which aims to boost the independence of migrant youths and help them integrate into society by giving them more opportunities to receive extracurricular education and social interaction. The programme also makes use of photography to help the students express their thoughts and have their voices heard by more people, while helping them better integrate into their communities.

Since 2017, 163 KPMG volunteers have helped launch a series of wide-ranging activities and soft skills training camps for migrant youths from Yunnan, Hunan, Zhejiang and Anhui. To date, 389 migrant youths have participated.

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Qi Chuang growth workshop

Qi Chuang is a non-profit-making organisation and one of the very first professional non-governmental organisations with the aim of promoting and facilitating the development of social work in China.

Since 2012, we have partnered with Qi Chuang Social Work Service Center in Guangzhou on a series of growth workshops for over 2,000 migrant youths in their junior secondary grades. These workshops focus on experiential learning, helping them better understand life planning and personal growth. They also equip the children with problem-solving skills and encourage them to work as a team, ultimately helping them better integrate into their communities.

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