We collaborate with schools and other partners to offer programmes to youth between the ages of 14 and 24 around our 3 core focus areas.

Contact Info

2/F East Wing
12 Borrett Road
Central, Hong Kong
2521 6890

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Our Work

For many young people, experimenting with drugs and alcohol is just a part of growing up. While not all young people go on to become dependent, using drugs and alcohol during these formative years can have significant risks for a young person's physical, mental, and emotional development. At KELY, our goal is to support young people to make well-informed choices, protect themselves, and support their peers.

Our Evidence Base The World Health Organisation produced the Global Strategy to Reduce the Harmful Use of Alcohol 2010 and the Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health 2014, these documents inform our work along with other sources of evidence.

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime publishes its World Drug Report, see the 2017 report here. They also publish evidence about drug use prevention including:
International Standards on Drug Use Prevention
School-based Education for Drug Abuse Prevention
Education sector responses to the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs, page 47
These are three of many sources of evidence that inform our work.

Our programmes are funded by grants, donations and other sources including schools. If you're interested in financially supporting a programme, please get in touch with our Programme Manager.

If you would like KELY to run a programme in your school, please contact our Programme Manager.

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