2020/07/09
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Involvement of Non-Governmental Organisations

Participation of non-governmental organisation (NGOs) would be very important for advancing the work of PEP. NGOs can help promote the benefits of PEP and biodiversity to the wider public; and create opportunites for hands-on public participation in PEP. 

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 NGOs fulfilling the following criteria are welcome to participate in the programme: 

  • must be a locally registered non-profit organisation;
  • have experience and good track records in organising large-scale public tree planting and tree tending activities;
  • possess professional knowledge on woodland habitat management and local ecological conservation work; and
  • are willing to commit at least 5 years of enrichment work for each selected PEP site.

 

For NGOs that are interested in participating in PEP, please return the completed Expression of Interest (PDF, 18 KB) to AFCD on or before 31 July 2020.

 

PEP sites for 2020 - 2025 Country Parks Plantation Enrichment Programme

S/N Site No. Location Site Information
1 PEP/NGO/TL/ST/2020/01 Ting Kau Catchwater, Tai Lam Country Park

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(PDF, 1.30 MB)

2 PEP/NGO/TL/ST/2020/02 Yuen Tun Country Trail, Tai Lam Country Park

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(PDF, 1.80 MB)

3 PEP/NGO/TL/ST/2020/03 Yuen Tun Country Trail, Tai Lam Country Park

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(PDF, 1.88 MB)

4 PEP/NGO/TL/ST/2020/04 Yuen Tun Country Trail, Tai Lam Country Park

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(PDF, 1.88 MB)

5 PEP/NGO/TL/TK/2020/05 Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail, Tai Lam Country Park

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(PDF, 1.30 MB)

6 PEP/NGO/TL/TK/2020/06 Lin Fa Shan, Tai Lam Country Park

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(PDF, 2.13 MB)

7 PEP/NGO/MOS/MOS/2020/07 Luk Chau Shan, Ma On Shan Country Park

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(PDF, 1.23 MB)

8 PEP/NGO/SM/SM/2020/08 Shing Mun Forest Track, Shing Mun Country Park

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(PDF, 1.96 MB)

9 PEP/NGO/SM/SM/2020/09 Shing Mun Forest Track, Shing Mun Country Park

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(PDF, 1.89 MB)

10 PEP/NGO/PC/TMT/2020/10 Fung Hang Family Walk, Plover Cove Country Park

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(PDF, 1.06 MB)

 

Detailed arrangements

Arrangement Details Schedule
Site Selection
  • Suitable PEP sites in country parks will be selected and announced at AFCD’s website.
  • NGOs that are interested in participating in PEP can select PEP site(s) offered by AFCD and complete and return the Expression of Interest to AFCD.
  • The participating NGOs will be informed of the preliminary results of site selection in mid-August 2020.
July - August*
Submission of Proposal
  • The participating NGOs are required to prepare a 5-year implementation plan and submit the proposal to the AFCD for consideration. Proposal requirements: [Click here to download] (PDF, 7 KB).
  • NGOs should seek their own resources (e.g. through fund raising or sponsorship from corporations) to support the programme.
Mid-September*
Application Result Announcement
  • NGOs will be informed of the results of the application.
Mid-October*
Implementation of Enrichment Work and Reporting
  • Upon receiving AFCD's approval, NGOs will be responsible for implementing the programme in each selected PEP site for 5 years.
  • NGOs are welcome to organise publicity programmes for the enrichment work. Separate permits are required in accordance with Country Parks and Special Areas Regulations (Cap. 208A).
  • After completion of the first 5-year enrichment work, NGOs could consider continuing the programme at the same site for another 5-year cycle or hand over the site to AFCD for further maintenance.
  • NGOs are required to submit annual progress reports by every July and a final report after completion of the first 5-year enrichment work.
During implementation period

*: annual arrangement for new PEP sites

For any enquiries about the programme, please contact Mr. MOK Teen Wai at 2150 6895.

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