Support NGOs In China

One of the AiXin Foundation’s important work is to support the development of China’s local charity organization. Additionally, the foundation also cooperates with local government departments, academic circles, enterprises and NGOs, to promote the communication among them and facilitate the sustainable development of China’s civil work. AiXin Foundation has accompanied and supported several emerging civil organizations and partnersespecially with those health related.  

The first one AiXin supported and cooperated was the “Association for the Promotion of Qianxi Women Healthstared 2005 in Qianxi County, Hebei Province. AiXin steadily focuses on the rural women health in China, especially the women mental health. Other corporative partners in this field including ”Rural Women Development Foundation Guangzhou””FAZE Urbanization and Public Good Institute (Guangzhou)”, etc.

Since 2013, the AiXin Foundation has been supporting the “Health Program for Left Behind Children” and the “Diet Education Initiative”. We expected that through the Initiative to spread health knowledge and concept into schools, communities, and families, thus rural children could cultivate good eating habit and life style, therefore, have a healthy and better life. Diet Education is to educate people through dieting every day. The “Diet Education Initiative” aims to cultivate children from small beginnings with the ability of being healthy, dealing with things in the daily life independently, and teach them to feel grateful and how to love.

AiXin Foundation also pays close attention to the health and education condition in minority nationality regions. Since 2014, the Foundation has supported 1) The training project for Tibetan village doctor and midwife, 2) Community health education program, and 3) Tibetan sex education project for youth implemented by the Tibet’s Mother & Child Health Association. The goal is to eliminate children and maternal mortality and to improve the environment for children and adolescent’s in poor areas.