As approved by the Commission on Poverty, the "Cervical Cancer Vaccination Pilot Scheme" is an assistance programme funded by the Community Care Fund and implemented by the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong. This scheme starts from October 2016 for a duration of 3 years. Beneficiaries must apply and receive the first dose of vaccine on or before 30 September 2019, and receive all the necessary doses of vaccine before the end of March 2020.
To provide cervical cancer vaccination for teenage girls from eligible low-income families.
|Eligibility Criteria||Fees to be Paid by the Beneficiaries|
|Girls aged 9 to 18, who are receiving Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA)||Free|
|Female students aged 9 or above, who are receiving full grant under the School Textbook Assistance Scheme|
|Girls aged 9 to 18, who are from households benefiting from the Working Family Allowance Scheme|
|Female students aged 9 or above, who are receiving half grant under the School Textbook Assistance Scheme||HK$100 per dose of vaccine|