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About HOPE

About HOPE
HOPE project is a fully student-run, not-for-profit project by AIESEC in Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) .HOPE project based on fighting HIV/AIDS with youth in Malaysia !


World’s largest youth-run organization with over 60 years of experience in developing high-potential youths into global-minded responsible leaders.



HIV & AIDS Awareness Run-Prizes

| 17 February 2011
  1. Certificates of participation will be given to all participants
  2. Merit point will be only awarded to UPM participants
  3. Winners’ prizes will be awarded to the first ten places of Male Category and Female Category at the official closing ceremony.
  4.  No prizes will be awarded to the participants in the Fun Run Category .
  5. Special lucky draw prizes for HIV& AIDS Awareness Run participants .  
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Payment Method

  1. Payment method for online registration can be made via bank  transfer to the CIMB bank account ,
    Account number              : 1215-0092073-52-0
    Account holder                : Lee Eng May
  2. Please SMS your name  , transaction date and time to Lee Shu Zhen (016-2119628) to confirm your transaction.
  3. If you encountered any problem to bank in the  fees, kindly contact
    Tan Li Chui          :  017-5282365
    Lee Shu Zhen     :  016-2119628
  4. Participation fees are non-refundable.

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Registration Information

1.       This event is designed for the whole family .
2.       HIV & AIDS Awareness Run route is in campus UPM and  suitable  for all ages of  healthy participants.
3.       Categories:
a.       Male                      7 km    
b.      Female                   5 km
c.       Fun Run               3.5 km
4.       Registration fee is RM 20 for Male and Female Categories while RM 50 for  Fun Run Category (with 3 people in a package )
5.       Goodies bags  and the certificates will be provided to all participants .
6.       Merit point will be only awarded to UPM participant .
7.       All participants are requested to submit the completed registration form together with the fees before   15 March 2011 (Tuesday)
8.       Participants from UPM are required to collect their T-shirt and running bibs by 21 & 22 March .Venue will be at GAZEBO (1-4 pm)
9.       Non-UPM participants will be collect their T-shirt and running bibs on event day .
10.   For more payment  information , please refer to Payment Method.
11.   For any enquiries , please contact:
·         Tan Li Chui          0175282365
·         Ng Jia Wen         017-3289109
·         Chin Nyuk Ling  017-3931690
12.   AIESEC in UPM reserve the right to amend any detail of the event without prior notice .

            #On-line registration are available at:
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HIV &AIDS Awareness Run 2011

You are invited to attend HIV&AIDS AWARENESS RUN .

Below are the details for HIV & AIDS Awareness Run:

Date: 27 March 2011 (Sunday)
Venue: Bukit Ekspo ,University Putra Malaysia
Time: 6.45 am to 1.00pm
Registration Time :6.45-7.30am

HIV & AIDS Awareness Run is a awareness run aimed at raising awareness on HIV/AIDS issue among public , with an emphasis on fighting discrimination and stigmatization

HIV & AIDS Awareness Run will be running concurrently with Exhibition (HIV/AIDS Education Booths ,Story Sharing , Food & Drink Booths , Games) and Stage Performance

What are you waiting for?
Let's take action now !!

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Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Infant Jesus Convent School 2

| 10 February 2011
On the 22th of January, Hope Project Interns went to Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Infant Jesus Convent School again for our 5th workshop. We had prepared slides in power point and also on cardboard.

We also had prepared games so that the students could actively involve in the learning process. These included the game called high- medium-low- no risk in which we asked two teams of 15 students to participate and decide whether the statements that they were given are no-low-medium or high risk of getting infected from HIV

It is important to say that during the two teams were playing the game the rest students were also paricipating because the had the statements too... This avtivity was very impactful and interactive because we made clear not only which were the correct answers but also why. 

The second activity was the true or false game. In this one the students had to decided whether the statements they were given are true or false. This game gave as the chance to aswer all the question the students had during the whole presentation...

From the one side making an impactful presentation with 200 students is quite impossible. From the other side i think that this workshop was really successful because we already had a satisfactory enough experience and it was easier for us  to keep the attention of the students.

Our audience was more than 200 students

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Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Infant Jesus Convent School

  On the 21 of January the Hope Project Interns went to 
 Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Infant Jesus Convent School in Melaka.

 This is the first time we have our workshop in small group of around 50 students. Still, we didn’t have the ice-breaking game as we found the game “Move-if” not suitable for form 5 students. To me, the beginning is the most important part as if it is well-thought; we can have attention from the audience throughout the presentation. We didn’t manage to have an astounding one, but I suggest that we might put in a short video of “Counting down for 8 seconds” and end it with a statement “In every 8 seconds like what we just counted, one person dies from AIDS.” 

Jessica introduced the difference of HIV &AIDS, and illustrated how HIV attacks immune system.Mike told them how it is spread and what’s safe to do with people living HIV. Jessica reminded the students of QQR. Then, it’s my turn to tell them how to prevent HIV and conducted the first activity “High risk and Low Risk Action”. Pedro continued with the blood test and treatment. After that, I passed them the message of anti-discrimination to the AIDS patients and more information of NGOs that deals with AIDS.

Regarding the first activity, we had it in four groups this time and each of us went into the group and discussed with them. I like this arrangement as we interacted more with the students, but the sense of competition among groups would be lessened as they might change the answers after they get hints from us. Generally, the categorization of those actions is a bit controversial, as some actions may fall between two groups, and it’s hard for us to give a clear-cut answer, this might confuse the students and does not give them a clear message.

Concerning the second activity, the response was good as we asked for true or false. But when we asked for the reason like “why do you think using condom is 99% effective?”, it’s hard for them to reply as it is exactly what I have just mentioned in the presentation and there’s no solid reason for that statement. Thus, I think we could skip “why” questions on some all-known facts. Besides, I have found that almost all students are confused with the statement “If I have AIDS, I have to take many drugs for the rest of my life.” This might reflect that we should modify the presentation on treatment part to reinforce this message.

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Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Sri Hartmas

On January 18 the Hope Project Interns went to Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Sri Hartmas for our first HIV/AIDS workshop.We had prepared slides in Powerpoint and also on cardboard, with the expectation that around 50 students would be in the audience. Games had been prepared to get every student actively involved in the learning process. These included an ice-breaking game, and some games throughout the presentation to reinforce the message.

We were informed on the evening of 17 January that in fact around 200 students would be present for one workshop. This meant that the workshop would be less interactive than we had hoped. We therefore eliminated the ice-breaking game, since it involved self-introductions and running around by the audience.

Once the microphone was working, things went well for the first 10 minutes of the presentation. However, after this, a large group of late students entered the room. This disrupted the session, and also meant that there were a large number of people now in the audience who had not heard some important messages at the beginning of the presentation. From this point, we had some trouble controlling noise in the room.

For the high-risk/low-risk game, we chose two groups of 10 (one group of boys ad one group of girls) to compete against each other for points at the front of the hall. Involving everyone in the game was impossible given the numbers. This game went alright, as we explained each answer at the end. 

In order to involve the entire audience as much as possible in the “true-false”game, we used candies as an incentive to get members of the audience to raise their hands and answer questions. This worked ok, as there were a number of students who were quite enthusiastic. However there were also many students who did not participate. This dynamic however would be common amongst any group of 14 year-olds. 

At the end, we rounded off the presentation by getting students to ask any questions they had. There were a number of good questions. We then quickly introduced each of our countries. 

The feedback we received from AIESEC LC members who observed the workshop, was that we sometimes talked too fast, or with too much of a strong accent. We decide to take extra care with this issue at the next workshop. Audibility would also have been hindered by the persistent murmuring of students at the back of the hall. 

  Overall, considering our surprise at having to present for 200 people, the workshop went well, and boosted our confidence for future sessions. Although it was not as interactive as we had hoped, we believe most students learnt at least something about HIV/AIDS by the end of the session.

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