To ensure donors' contributions can really help children in need, the Institute for Integrated Rural Development (IRD), Hong Kong strictly complies with the following donation process.
Grants will be awarded to needy students in one of the following ways:
- Through the local Education Bureau
- Through Pupils parents
- If the local education bureau substitutes grants, the Education Bureau must send the money within one week to the head of the school where the child aided, and the process must be accompanied by a witness, including an officer authorized by the Education Bureau and a student Parents' representatives. The three parties must sign and seal the Financial Aid Receipt (Education Bureau) at the same time.
- If the staff of IRD handed over the grantee's principal or school principal in person, both parties are required to sign the Affidavit Grant Certificate (School) on behalf of the Institute for Integrated Rural Development (IRD), Hong Kong and the local school, respectively, and seal them.
- If parents of beneficiary children (or guardians) are personally handed over by the staff of IRD, both parties sign the Student Financial Assistance Grant Form.
- Each family of recipient student receives a copy of the student support letter ("Come and go to school") in duplicate, setting out the names and classes of the children who are aided and the amount and purpose of the subsidy. It must be signed by student, school representatives and parents. A copy of this record is kept by the student's family and the other copy is filed with the relevant Education Bureau or school and filed for immediate availability at the Institute for Integrated Rural Development (IRD), Hong Kong.
- Each student child aided is required to complete a "Student Archives" and a "Student Records Form", which is collected by the school where the student is attending and the local Education Bureau, and submitted to the Hong Kong Fertile Land Development Corporation one month after receipt of the scholarship receipt Archive.
- Members of the Institute for Integrated Rural Development (IRD), Hong Kong visit families of aided schools and schoolchildren on a regular basis. If they find discrepancies with the records, they reserve the right to pursue accountability to the relevant organizations and individuals who signed the agreement via administrative channels and / or legal channels .
Download Mainland student work program (Microsoft Word file).