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Hong Kong Blind Sports Federation

最後更新日期 Last Updated Date: 2014-12-08 12:27:03

每年平均受惠人次 Average no. of Service Recipients/ year (man-times) 1340
每年平均義工人數 (包括董事會成員) Average No. of Volunteers/ Year (including Board Member) 100
每年平均義工服務小時 Average No. of Volunteer Hours/ Year 1904
機構成就 Achievements 過去數年,本會曾參與及舉辦了逾200多場本地及地區性的體育比賽和活動。他們的成就讓社會人士了解到視障人士的能力和潛質。亦證明了一點:只要給予視障人士平等參與體育訓練及比賽的機會,他們同樣可以創出佳績。
During the past few years, the HKBSF had participated and/or organised over 200 local and regional sports tournaments and activities. The achievements of the visually impaired have enabled the community to understand their abilities and potentials in sports. It has also proven that given the opportunities, visually impaired people can participate equally in sports training and tournaments with good results.
獎項及認證 Awards & Accreditation 無障礙網頁嘉許計劃2014 - 銀奬 (網站類別)
Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme 2014 - Silver Award (Website Stream)
創新計劃 Pioneer Projects 1. 門球, 射箭,雙人自行車為本年度新增項目; 2.本會將參與由世界盲人體育總會舉行之下屆世界視障人士運動會; 3.本會將參與在中國舉行之第十屆殘疾人運動會。
1. Three new sports, i.e. goalball, archery and tandem cycling have been introduced to expose members to new outdoor opportunities and experiences 2. We shall take part in the next IBSA World Games 3. We shall take part in the 10th National Games for the Disabled to be held in China.
未來發展 Future Development 計劃爭取明年成為香港認可的體育機構(NSA)能獲得IBSA (International Blind Sports Federation)香港會藉, 從而參加IBSA國際賽事及獲得香港政府資助。展望未來,本會將繼續與國際,特別是亞洲地區視障體育機構,加強聯系、交流,提升專業及技術水平, 幫助更多視障人士透過體育悟人生,並成為精英運動員,參與國際賽事,為港爭光。
It is planned to acquire the Hong Kong membership of the International Blind Sports
Federation (IBSA) and become a National Sports Association of Hong Kong so that we shall be able to participate in international tournaments organized by IBSA and receive regular subvention from Government. In future, our Federation will continue to have close liaison and exchanges with international sports organization,
especially in the Asia region, in order to upgrade the professional skills and standards of our athletes thus more visually impaired people will become elite athletes to compete on behalf of Hong Kong.