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What’s New - World AIDS Campaign 2017 – "Know AIDS‧No AIDS" Creative School Projects on HIV/AIDS Prevention Award Presentation Ceremony  01/11/2017

Under the theme "Know AIDS‧No AIDS", the Red Ribbon Centre is collaborating with the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong (FPAHK) to launch a series of school projects on HIV/AIDS prevention to raise awareness on AIDS. Activities include a Student Ambassador Campaign and student-led school projects. A ceremony to commemorate the World AIDS Campaign and share of the Creative School Projects on HIV/AIDS Prevention will be hold 3:30pm on 18 November 2017 in 3/F, Function Area C, iSQUARE, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.

The ceremony will include performances by students of two participating schools and popular singer Phil Lam. All are welcome.


“Red Ribbon in Action” AIDS Educating Funding Scheme 2018 (Phase II) invites application  01/11/2017

The Red Ribbon Centre would like to invite local community groups, including seniors, women, youth groups, kaifong welfare association as well as those at work or at schools, to apply for the "Red Ribbon in Action" AIDS Education Funding Scheme.

Details of the "Red Ribbon in Action" AIDS Education Funding Scheme


What’s New - "Know AIDS No AIDS" Creative School Projects on HIV/AIDS Prevention  13/10/2017

Click to enlarge the graph showing Annual and Cumulative HIV/AIDS Statistics in Hong KongThe Red Ribbon Centre collaborated with the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong (FPAHK) to roll out the "Know AIDS No AIDS" Creative School Projects on HIV/AIDS Prevention. With a total of eight secondary schools and two universities participated in the programme, each schools nominated a team of 6 to 8 students to be trained up as student ambassadors. A twelve hours training programme was provided to equip the student ambassadors with knowledge and skills regarding safer sex and HIV prevention in July and August. The student ambassadors took ownership to plan for the student-led projects for their own schools, inviting participation of fellow classmates to promote HIV/AIDS awareness. Snapshots for the Creative School Projects on HIV/AIDS Prevention is uploading to the FPAHK Education Facebook Page. You are invited to like and share the school projects you are interested to show your support.


What’s New - 187 HIV cases recorded in second quarter of 2017  29/08/2017

Click to enlarge the graph showing Annual and Cumulative HIV/AIDS Statistics in Hong KongA total of 187 additional cases of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection were reported to the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) in the second quarter of 2017, bringing the cumulative total of reported HIV infections to 8 799 since 1984.

Reviewing the latest HIV/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) situation in Hong Kong at a press conference today (August 29), the Consultant (Special Preventive Programme) of the CHP, Dr Kenny Chan, said that sexual transmission remained the major mode of HIV transmission.

> Detail of “187 HIV cases recorded in second quarter of 2017”


Resource Catalogue > Knowing more about AIDS, Regular Publications, Reports, Exhibition Board, Video / VCD, Pamphlet, Book / Booklet, Poster, Report of practices on HIV prevention

Poster: World AIDS Campaign 2010 - Getting to Zero Travel Safe  Condom Saves Life Face it! Get Tested! Poster: World AIDS Campaign 2010 - Stop AIDS Keep the Promise Use condom for safer sex guidebook Pamphlet: Knowing more about AIDS Pamphlet: Break the needle habit. Methadone does it. Pamphlet: Be Smart, Keep Away From Illicit Drugs & Avoid Contracting AIDS