chinaAidsWalk

关于爱滋徒步·北京

【项目起源】

世界第一个“艾滋徒步”(AIDS Walk)于 1985 年在美国洛杉矶举行,旨在提高公众对艾滋病的认识,从而减少对艾滋病毒携带者和艾滋病病人的歧视,并为艾滋病相关的社会公益项目募款。目前全球一百多个城市每年都举办自己的艾滋徒步。

中国爱滋徒步项目(China AIDS Walk)于 2011 年发起,期望通过系列活动动员社会大众身体力行、人人公益,一起为艾滋公益倡导与筹款,让行走变得更有意义。所筹善款将用于艾滋病相关公益救助和反歧视社会倡导。

 

【项目理念】

终结艾滋,消除歧视。身体力行,人人公益。

我们相信:社会的进步不是少数人做很多事,而是每个人做一点点。“爱滋徒步”项目采用朋友影响朋友(Friends Ask Friends,FAF)的动员策略,在全国多地开展各类活动,不仅筹募善款,为受艾滋影响人群提供支持,还邀请每位参与者身体力行传播正确的艾滋病相关知识,消除社会对艾滋病的误解和歧视,向终结艾滋的目标迈进,同时,传递人人皆可公益、人人皆应公益的理念。


【项目成果】

4年来,我们已累计举办活动超过60场,召集筹款团队160支,直接及间接影响逾3千万人,共筹款518549.64元,为贫困HIV感染者及其家属就医提供住宿便利,鼓励更多病毒携带者和艾滋病病人积极体检,为艾滋病携带者提供大病紧急救助,为受艾滋病影响的妇女及婴幼儿提供救助和营养护理,进一步阻断艾滋病的传播,消除受艾滋影响的歧视。

我们的工作得到社会各界的广泛认可。众多名人也主动参加爱滋徒步公益项目,和我们一起推动“艾滋反歧视”和“人人公益”理念的普及。


【加入我们 为爱一起走长城】

日期:2016年9月24日
目标:筹集30万元,支持100所大中专院校的防艾活动。


【参与方式】:

1. 报名通道:任何人都可通过以下渠道报名参加“爱滋徒步”项目北京站的长城筹款徒步活动:

电话:010-5229 3801 / 186 1263 3419
官网:www.chinaaidswalk.cn
微信:关注项目组官方微信公众号ChinaAidsWalk并后台留言
2. 获邀徒步:参加者需在规定时间内向朋友介绍项目并筹款,人均筹款额超过300元的团队将获邀参与正式长城徒步。
3. 在线组队:在腾讯乐捐平台或灵析筹款平台组1支筹款队伍,设定筹款目标,号召朋友们支持你,然后和TA们一起去长城徒步。
4. 直接捐赠:扫码进入捐赠页面,为本项目或你喜欢的队伍捐款,金额、次数不限。
5. 传播知识:找3位朋友聊一聊下面4个句子,帮更多人了解艾滋病,消除恐惧和歧视。
6. 帮助宣传:关注爱滋徒步官方微信号,或在在自己的朋友圈、微信、博客上介绍本项目。


【100所学校,为什么?】

我国15-24岁青年群体艾滋病疫情的3个特点:
1. 过去几年上升的幅度相对快于其他的人群。近几年我国青年群体疫情占每年报告的疫情总数的14-15%。
2. 传播途径基本以性传播为主。2014年,青年人群性传播比例为94.5%。
3. 全国各省都有青年学生感染者和病人报告。
为进一步遏制艾滋在青年学生中的流行,我们希望鼓励青年学生行动起来,正视性与性别议题、性行为、艾滋病和其他性病。
募集的善款在扣除筹款成本后,我们计划为100所大中专院校的学生社团提供不超过3000元的小额资助,支持青年学生开展基于校园的创新而有效的防艾项目。
数据引自《2015年4月10日国家卫生计生委例行新闻发布会文字实录》

【徒步收获】

1. 参加各种筹款培训和交流,提高个人能力、扩大社交网络。
2. 获邀参加长城徒步,与不同背景、国家的伙伴交流,成为公益红人。
3. 获得爱滋徒步主题户外小装备。
4. 参与长城徒步的每一个人都将获得爱滋徒步公益项目五周年纪念T-shirt!
5. 国内年度最高筹款人将获邀免费参加爱滋徒步上海站活动。
(活动最终解释权归主办方)

【重要的4句话了解艾滋病】

1. 目前艾滋病已经是一个可以预防控制的慢性疾病。
2. 目前青少年人群艾滋感染增长率是各类人群中最高的。
3. 艾滋病人可以结婚、谈对象,也可以通过母婴阻断技术生出健康宝宝。
4. 中国政府已承诺到2030年结束艾滋病流行。

Join the China Aids Walk on 24 September 2016!

Are you looking for an engaging outdoor adventure on the Great Wall?
Are you eager to connect with passionate people from all over the world?
Do you want to be an active participant in the fight against HIV/AIDS?

Then come join us on the 2016 China AIDS Walk!

The China AIDS Walk is an epic and fun one-day hiking adventure on the Great Wall. It raises public awareness on HIV/AIDS, aims to eliminate HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, and benefits people affected by HIV/AIDS and anti-discrimination initiatives all over China.

Take Action, Make a Difference!

The China AIDS Walk participation fee is 300 RMB, which covers transportation costs (Beijing City - Great Wall - Beijing City), insurance, a China AIDS Walk T-shirt, and general organizational costs. Our organization is dedicated to giving a complete and public overview of our finances. We guarantee that all of the remaining funds from participants' contributions will be used for follow-up activities to raise public awareness and eliminate discrimination and stigma against HIV/AIDS in China.

The China AIDS Walk is already in its third year. You can find more information on the official webpage: http://www.chinaaidswalk.cn/

Together We Stand Strong!

Join us on the Great Wall on Saturday 12 September! You can confirm your participation by sending an e-mail to jackie.bghei@gmail.com with your Name, Phone number and E-mail Address. Or link to the official webpage: http://www.chinaaidswalk.cn/, click the walker registration button for more. Our staff will contact you with further details. For more information, please call +86 13011830594. Tell your friends, classmates, colleagues, and family about the China AIDS Walk. Invite people to join in, tell them why you are participating in the China AIDS Walk, share correct information about HIV/AIDS, and encourage them to support your participation in this epic event!

爱滋徒步是什么

「爱滋徒步」是一项别具意义的筹款活动 「爱滋徒步」是国内首个大型艾滋公益徒步筹款项目。旨在提高公众对艾滋病的认识,从而减少对艾滋病毒携带者和艾滋病病人的歧视,并为艾滋病相关的社会公益项目进行募款,用于受艾滋影响人群的公益救助及反歧视倡导,让行走变得更有意义。

What is the China AIDS Walk?

The China AIDS Walk is a Meaningful Walkathon Fundraiser The China AIDS Walk is the first large-scale HIV/AIDS public fundraising project in China. It invites everybody to take part in an epic hike on the Great Wall, proceeded by an all-out fundraising drive benefiting the fight against HIV/AIDS. The China AIDS Walk raises public awareness about HIV/AIDS, strives to eliminate HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, and raises funds for social projects working on HIV/AIDS issues, benefiting people affected by HIV/AIDS and anti-discrimination initiatives all over China.

「爱滋徒步」是一项有趣的公益活动

「爱滋徒步」借鉴欧美流行的“Friends Ask Friends”(FAF,即影响身边人)筹款模式,并且每年都组织筹款人进行集体长城徒步。不仅希望筹募善款来帮助艾滋病毒携带者和艾滋病病人,更希望通过每个参与者身体力行的传播艾滋病相关知识、传递“爱滋徒步”身体力行,人人公益的理念,提高公众对社会公益的责任感和参与度。

The China AIDS Walk is a Fun Welfare Activity

Adopting the "Friends Ask Friends" fundraising model, the China AIDS Walk not only hopes to raise funds for social projects working on HIV/AIDS, but also engages the help of every participant to distribute correct HIV/AIDS-related knowledge and promote the ideas behind the China AIDS Walk. It helps to eliminate social misunderstanding and discrimination against HIV/AIDS and promotes the concept that everyone can and should participate in public welfare undertakings.

「爱滋徒步」是一次跨界合作的有益探索

「爱滋徒步」是国内少有的公募基金会、民间组织进行跨界合作,共同推动艾滋病反歧视的公益项目。该项目还将联合企业、媒体、个人,通过建立一个有效的社会网络关系将艾滋病的科学知识和反歧视的理念传播到中国的各个角落。

The China AIDS Walk is a Cross-Boundary Collaboration Effort

The China AIDS Walk is organized by public fundraising foundations and various civil organizations in order to mobilize resources efficiently and jointly promote HIV/AIDS anti-discrimination work. It cooperates with enterprises, media and individuals to build up effective social networks, bringing correct knowledge of HIV/AIDS and the fight against discrimination to every corner of the country.

项目缘起

中国2012年艾滋病防治进展报告显示,截止2011年底,估计共有78万名成人和儿童艾滋病病毒感染者,其中包括该年内4.8万名新发感染者。2011年,中国估计共有2.8万例艾滋病相关死亡。也就是说,2011年在我们生活的每一天,大约每10分钟就会有一个人感染艾滋病毒;每20分钟,就有一个人因艾滋而死亡。艾滋病毒携带者和病人面临着难以想象的社会歧视,抗击艾滋是我们每个人不可回避的挑战。 世界第一个“艾滋徒步”(Aids Walk)于1985年在美国洛杉矶举行。目前全世界有一百多个城市每年都举办自己的艾滋徒步。

第一届中国“爱滋徒步”(China AIDS Walk)于2012年5月启动,开展大小活动20场,涉及不同社区及人群,覆盖影响人数10620人;召集到筹款团队达45个,参与筹款人数超过100人,来自六个国家(英、美、法、加拿大、德、中),捐款人次超过3600人次,筹款总额为164705元, 获得其他支持及赞助超过10万元,被媒体曝光次数超过百次。

Origins of the China AIDS Walk

The 2012 China AIDS Response Progress Report reveals that at the end of 2011, the estimated number of adults and children living with HIV/AIDS in China stood at 780,000 people. The estimated number of new infections in 2011 was 48,000 and the estimated number of deaths 28,000. That is to say, almost every 10 minutes someone in China was infected with HIV in 2011; every 20 minutes, someone died from AIDS. People living with HIV/AIDS face unimaginable social discrimination, and the fight against AIDS is a battle we all have to join.

The first AIDS Walk was organized in Los Angeles in 1985. Since then, more than a hundred AIDS Walks have been organized in cities all over the world every year.

The first China AIDS Walk was launched in May 2012. It held more than 20 events which concerned various communities and reached more than ten thousand people. 45 teams, including more than 100 individual fundraisers from 6 different nationalities, participated in the 2012 China AIDS Walk. 3600 people donated to the China AIDS Walk, for a total of 164.705 RMB, and their donations were complemented by material and other support of more than 100.000 RMB. There were more than 100 media reports on the event.

The funds raised in 2012 were used in the following way (figures from January - September 2013, for more detailed information on usage in 2012 please refer to the China AIDS Walk 2012 year-end narrative & financial report):

The NGO Tianjin Deep Blue Working Group was supported for the realization of its "Station of Kindness" project and its project to provide financial aid to People Living with HIV/AIDS:

- A "Station of Kindness" was set up in Tianjin to provide short-term accommodation for HIV-positive people undergoing medical treatment and their families, thus reducing their financial burden. 176 people were helped in this way.

- 102 HIV-positive people with economic difficulties were helped to access antiretroviral treatment: they were provided with the funds and support necessary to undergo the physical examination required before entering HIV/AIDS treatment.