Employment for Hearing-impaired
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Coco Herbal Centre aims to provide sustainable training, employment and career development for the disadvantaged groups in Hong Kong including hearing-impaired individuals and equip them with professional Knowledge and competitiveness. The professional team of Coco Herbal Centre provides custom herbal hair treatment service to clients in different ages with
Deaf cafeteria was established by the Hong Kong Society for the Deaf in 1995. It is the first restaurant in Hong Kong that is operated by the hearing impaired and is located at the Lions Nature Education Centre in Tsiu Hang, Sai Kung. The cafeteria aims to provide training and job opportunities to the deaf. The message behind of its Chinese name is to procla
YM Balloon is a balloon-arts social enterprise of Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong, and funded by the “Enhancing Employment of People with Disabilities through Small Enterprise” Project. YM Balloon employs people with hearing impairment and trains them into professional specialists in balloon arts.
Hong Kong TransLingual Services (HKTS) is a social enterprise which provides interpretation and translation services for ethnic minorities. HKTS aims at solving language problems of ethnic minorities, as well as providing job opportunities for well-educated minorities. The ultimate goal is to create the language barrier-free environment, so the sign language
Hong Kong Movie Star Sports Association Charities Ltd. participate in the 'Enhancing Self-Reliance Through District Partnership Programme' launched by the Home Affairs Department. To open a vegetarian restaurant, promoting a healthy and environmentally friendly food culture to the general public. It employ elderly and hearing impaired persons.