National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a nationwide observance held on March 10 to raise awareness of the increasing impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls and empower people and communities to take action. HIV/AIDS is a serious public health issue in the United States — women of all ages can get HIV/AIDS, and women account for approximately 24 percent of all HIV diagnoses. This National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, OWH is embracing the theme: "Share Knowledge. Take Action." As individuals and communities, we all have a role to play in educating and empowering women and girls to get tested, know their status, and help spread the word.
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