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  • The “Farmer Entrepreneurship Relay Baton" project was set up in 2013 by the Shanghai Soong Ching Ling Foundation in order to improve the status of needy rural households so that their children may go to school.

  • The Soong Ching Ling Education Center on Public Welfare, the first-ever such education system in China, was formally established on May 22, 2012. The center was founded jointly by the Shanghai Soong Ching Ling Foundation, the Beijing Normal University’s Zhuhai Campus, and the China Foundations Center.

  • This project was first established in 2001. Its aim is to help poverty-stricken areas in western China to establish maternal and child health stations, provide them with medical equipment, train medical workers for them, promote scientific birth methods, enable local pregnant women to have free admission for delivery, and reduce maternal and neonatal mortality.

  • In order to promote children's education in rural areas, the Shanghai Soong Ching Ling Foundation and the Bank of East Asia jointly set up the "SSCLF- BEA Public Welfare Fund" in 2009. Since then the Fund has sponsored and promoted many public welfare activities.

  • "Mountain Stream Public Welfare” Project launched by the Shanghai Soong Ching Ling Foundation is a new public network platform. Its main purpose is to better promote the concept of “transparent public welfare" and to make it more transparent, more convenient and more effective.

  • The concept and characteristics of the “Soong Ching Ling Charitable Book Stacks Project” are comprehensive, three-dimensional and rich in content. Besides sending a great many books to the schools in rural areas, the project has invited well-known teachers and writers to go and give targeted reading guidance to local teachers and students in remote mountainous areas of Yunnan, Hunan, Guizhou, Hainan, Anhui provinces and other places.

  • In order to enable more children to receive extracurricular education, the Shanghai Children’s Palace has sent its staff members to rural schools in the suburbs of Shanghai, as well as various communities and residential districts to promote popular science education, pass on simple technical know-how and organize demonstrative shows on science.