Hong Kong AIDS Foundation

Sheen Hok Charitable Foundation has supported many non-government organisations, such as Hong Kong AIDS Foundation which was set up in 1991 with the help from Professor Alice Chiu as the Founding Fundraising Chairperson.

Apart from its work in Hong Kong on the promotion of HIV awareness and provision of support, the Foundation has provided training for people dedicated to the prevention and control of HIV in China since 1996. So far, over 22,000 people in China have received the training from the Foundation.

 

In 2005, the Foundation set up the Alumni Association-China Training Project in Beijing and recruited over 2,100 members. To strengthen its collaboration with mainland colleagues on HIV/AIDS prevention, the Foundation, together with the Chinese Association of STD/AIDS Prevention and Control, set up a Collaboration Centre in Beijing in 2007.