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SEED Education
Self-value, Empower, Educate, and Protect from Dangers

Children's well-being improved by 10-30% after taking the SEED Course - in just 12 hours!

SEED is a unique health education program with strong evidence of improving well-being and safety of children. This benefit is shown in children in Hong Kong, inclusive of ~ 25% with special educational needs (SEN).

SEED empowers at multi-levels

SEED Education strengthens the well-being of our diverse children through empowering training for

1) children, 2) caregivers, 3) families, 4) educators, 5) child-care organizations..

SEED courses focuses on positive ways of seeing oneself, learning, social and emotional learning (SEL) and safety (reduce risks against violence, exploitation, mental health, infections, climate disasters and more).


SEED courses provides engaging, evidence-based, and practical way to learn and practice important knowledge, life skills and actions that enable sustainable growth, well-being and safety. 

SEED is Interactive & Engaging

The Priceless Development of SEED Course


Be Priceless invested 8 years and more than HKD 5.5 million, the collaboration of more than 200 community members, and more than 10,000 pro-bono hours by Dr. Leung to developed the priceless SEED Education.

Children, youth, and caregivers are at the heart of our program. Their views and partnerships drive our course design, impact assessment, and ongoing services development. Together we apply participatory design and systems thinking to make sure our services fit their interests, especially those who face higher risks or challenges.

The contents is adapted to be respectful and practical for the local context. The content reflects the depth of distilled insights from diverse experts in education, medicine, psychology, public health, social work, mindfulness, play therapy, child protection, legal, research, disaster risk reduction and more. The content is transformed by children, youth, storytellers, authors, artists and more into child-focused learning experiences. 

Our SEED Community Reports