Social workers poke holes in a Social Welfare Department logo with pencils during a 2007 strike to urge the government to review the lump sum funding policy. Photo: Robert Ng Social workers poke holes in a Social Welfare Department logo with pencils during a 2007 strike to urge the government to review the lump sum funding policy. Photo: Robert Ng
Social workers poke holes in a Social Welfare Department logo with pencils during a 2007 strike to urge the government to review the lump sum funding policy. Photo: Robert Ng
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Trio threaten to quit task force if Hong Kong government refuses to overhaul ‘problematic’ funding system for NGOs

Seven in 10 social workers and service recipients polled say lump sum grant scheme needs thorough reform

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Social workers poke holes in a Social Welfare Department logo with pencils during a 2007 strike to urge the government to review the lump sum funding policy. Photo: Robert Ng Social workers poke holes in a Social Welfare Department logo with pencils during a 2007 strike to urge the government to review the lump sum funding policy. Photo: Robert Ng
Social workers poke holes in a Social Welfare Department logo with pencils during a 2007 strike to urge the government to review the lump sum funding policy. Photo: Robert Ng
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