National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in seven Black people living with HIV are unaware of their status. The goal of NBHAAD is to raise awareness about HIV prevention, care and treatment among Black communities.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
According to the CDC, in 2018, women made up 19% of new U.S. HIV diagnoses. This awareness day recognizes the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls.
National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
This day, which falls on the first day of spring, honors American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians and is intended to empower these groups to get tested and bring HIV/AIDS awareness to their communities.
National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day
This awareness day encourages those under age 25 to speak out about HIV/AIDS. According to the CDC, about 21% of new U.S. HIV diagnoses in 2018 were among 13- to 24-year-olds.
National Transgender HIV Testing Day
HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects the transgender population. This awareness day calls for local events and campaigns promoting HIV testing and awareness in trans communities.
HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
Led by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, HVAD showcases the progress in the search for a safe and effective preventive HIV vaccine. It also marks an opportunity to educate communities about the importance of vaccine research.
National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Stigma is one of the biggest barriers to discussing HIV in many Asian and Pacific Islander communities. This awareness day aims to break down that stigma by highlighting how HIV uniquely affects these populations and encouraging HIV testing, prevention and treatment.
Hepatitis Testing Day
Approximately 25% of people living with HIV nationwide also have hepatitis C, and people who are at risk for HIV are also at risk for hepatitis B. Naturally, Hepatitis Testing Day aims to encourage testing, but it also increases awareness of the various types of viral hepatitis and provides support and resources for those living with the virus.
HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day
This awareness day honors all long-term survivors of HIV. HLTSAD highlights the stories and needs of long-term survivors and advocates for community resources on their behalf.
National HIV Testing Day
According to the CDC, one in seven people living with HIV don’t know they have it. This awareness day is a call to people of all ages to learn the facts about HIV and get tested
for the virus.
Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
More than 50% of new HIV diagnoses are in the South. SHAAD raises awareness and provides an opportunity to advocate for the necessary resources to address the HIV crisis in the region.
National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
HIV affects people of all faiths across the United States. The goal of NFHAAD, which is held the last Sunday in August, is to bring together Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims and members of other religions to fight HIV together.
National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
According to the CDC, in 2018, more than half of people living with HIV in the United States were age 50 and older. This day promotes HIV awareness for seniors and encourages HIV testing among older adults.
National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
According to the CDC, one in six gay and bi men living with HIV are unaware they have the virus. NGMHAAD is a time to raise awareness and to support dialogue about HIV prevention and treatment and the unique needs of this population.
National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day
According to the CDC, one in six Latinos living with HIV are unaware they have it. NLAAD aims to unite and mobilize the community to raise awareness and promote HIV testing and education.
World AIDS Day
About 37.9 million people across the globe have HIV, according to UNAIDS. Every December 1, the world comes together to show solidarity.
Click here to download a printable PDF of this poster.