Our work

Since its foundation in 2008, CCMCCF has been actively supporting partner organizations in sustainable construction, post-disaster reconstruction, and community empowerment.

Projects in Progress

“One University One Village” Rural Sustainability Assistance Programme

The programme aims to bring together the resources of universities to develop earthquake-resistant rammed-earth buildings, bamboo-based structure construction and village development projects in village. A research and development centre has been established to contribute to the vitalization of rural areas.

Research and Development Project: Disaster Preparedness and Response Facilities

Aimed to improve post-disaster accommodation facilities in view of the mounting threats of the climate crisis and natural disasters, this project will carry out demonstrative post-disaster construction based on international standard and sustainable concepts.

COVID-19 Epidemic Prevention and Control
COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control in rural areas

At the early stage of the Covid-19 outbreak, rural areas suffered from a shortage of anti-epidemic supplies and equipment. This project actively addressed this issue, empowered community, and helped villagers to resume work and life.

Supported Projects

A Bridge Too Far A Dream Come True Project

This project helped build footbridges in rural areas in a sustainable way so that villagers could safely cross the river for their daily life. Later, building on previous success in the pursuit of sustainability, this project expanded into a charity that organizes students to serve in rural areas.

Wu Zhi Qiao (Bridge to China) Charitable Foundation

Over the years, CCMCCF has provided staunch support to Wu Zhi Qiao (Bridge to China) with annual donations, so as to promote the communication between university students from Hong Kong and mainland China as well as to raise the younger generation’s awareness of social responsibility. Besides, CCMCCF has been contributing substantially to the construction of Macha Village Centre, as well as the R&D, promotion and application of the advanced rammed-earth construction technique.