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International Service Leadership Programme (2024)




Local university students, Vulnerable in Mongolia, Nepal and Taiwan

Fundraising Target


Fundraising Period

1 April 2024 - 30 September 2024

In 2005, the Hong Kong Red Cross Youth Development Service launched the International Humanitarian Service Leadership Programme (ISLP),

aimed at cultivating college students into young humanitarian leaders.


ISLP is initiated by the executive committee of the Hong Kong Red Cross University Club. The project aims to organize a team of university students to provide service in overseas. The entire team will be responsible for the project, and through pre-departure preparations, they will actively learn about local livelihood issues and humanitarian conditions. Additionally, they will equip themselves with relevant knowledge in order to organize activities that promote  physical, mental, spiritual well-being and educational programme to valuables in the local community.


After returning to Hong Kong, the volunteers will share their experiences and insights with other college students, raising awareness and concern among students on international humanitarian agenda.


Duration: around 10 days

Number of participants: around 30

Service target: Vulnerable in Mongolia, Nepal, Taiwan


Pre-trip preparation:

  1. Collaborate with local Red Cross organizations & NGOs
  2. Discuss and prepare the details of the service
  3. Participate in workshops and training to equip participants


On-trip work:

  1. Organizing activities that promote the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being
  2. Promoting Disaster Preparedness


Experience sharing:

  1. To acquaint the public with knowledge and arouse their awareness on international humanitarian agenda


Through organizing different activities, the volunteer program helps college students enhance their abilities and broaden their horizons, while also increasing their concern for humanitarian issues. Please support the International Humanitarian Service Leadership Program, and facilitate students to develop caring and concern projects on humanitarian issues by planning, organizing and implementing services locally and overseas services, so as to nurture the youth as a power of humanitarian service.