Social Media Toolkit

The Office on Women's Health (OWH) relies on partners to help spread the word about National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD). In this toolkit, you will find graphics, a hashtag, sample social media posts, and other resources you can use to help promote NWGHAAD on your organization's social media channels on March 10 or any day in March. Thank you for supporting NWGHAAD — our success depends on you! 


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Theme

This year's theme is HIV prevention starts with Me: Ending the HIV Epidemic Together. Everyone has a role to play in HIV prevention — women, men, community organizations, health care providers, those who are HIV-negative, and those who are living with HIV. That's why we're encouraging everyone to take action.

Graphics

We have created a set of custom NWGHAAD graphics that you can use with the sample tweets and posts below. Because this year's theme is about what each of us can do to prevent HIV, we also encourage you to use them with your own messages that are most relevant to your followers, members, and partners.

Twitter

Use the hashtags: #NWGHAAD and #EndHIVEpidemic

Follow @womenshealth and retweet any #NWGHAAD and #EndHIVEpidemic tweets that you find helpful.

Tag us: @womenshealth , @SaludDLaMujer ( for Spanish), and @girlshealth.

Sample Tweets

  • March 10 is Nat'l Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Find out what you can do to support women and girls and help end the HIV epidemic: http://bit.ly/NWGHAAD2020. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
  • HIV Prevention Starts with Me…and You! Together we can end the #HIV epidemic. Find out how to get involved in #NWGHAAD on March 10. http://bit.ly/NWGHAAD2020 #EndHIVEpidemic
  • DYK: Women face unique challenges when it comes to HIV prevention. Here's what every woman should know about HIV: http://bit.ly/HIVPreventionStartsWithMe. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
  • Myth: Women are not at risk for HIV and AIDS. Fact: In 2017, women accounted for 1 in 5 new HIV diagnoses. What you can do: Get tested, talk to your doctor about PrEP and PEP, and learn about your risk for HIV. http://bit.ly/NWGHAAD2020 #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
  • If your partner is living with HIV, talk to your doctor about taking PrEP, a daily pill that can reduce your risk of getting HIV by more than 90%. http://bit.ly/NWGHAADPreventHIV #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
  • If you think you may have been exposed to HIV, visit your doctor right away and ask about PEP. It’s a medicine that can lower your chances of getting HIV after you’ve been exposed to the virus. http://bit.ly/NWGHAADPreventHIV #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
  • If you're living with HIV, it's important to take care of your overall health and take your meds exactly as prescribed. http://bit.ly/NWGHAADPreventHIV #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic

Facebook

Like the Office on Women's Health Facebook page.

Like, share, and comment on content we post to our page.

Tag us: @Office on Women's Health.

Facebook Frame

Update your Facebook profile picture with the NWGHAAD 2020 frame to say “HIV Prevention Starts with Me.”

Sample Facebook Posts

  • March 10 is Nat'l Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Find out how you can support women and girls and help end the HIV epidemic. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
    [Link to http://bit.ly/NWGHAAD2020]
  • Women face unique challenges when it comes to HIV prevention. Here's what every woman should know about HIV. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
    [Link to http://bit.ly/HIVPreventionStartsWithMe]
  • Myth: Women are not at risk for HIV and AIDS. Fact: In 2017, women accounted for 1 in 5 new HIV diagnoses. What you can do: Get tested, talk to your doctor about PrEP and PEP, and learn about HIV. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic [Link to http://bit.ly/HIVPreventionStartsWithMe]
  • If your partner is living with HIV, talk to your doctor about taking PrEP, a daily pill that can reduce your risk of getting HIV by more than 90%. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic [Link to http://bit.ly/NWGHAADPreventHIV]
  • If you think you may have been exposed to HIV, visit your doctor right away and ask about PrEP. It’s an anti-HIV medicine that can lower your chances of getting HIV. You must take it within 3 days, or 72 hours, after a possible exposure to HIV. #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic [Link to http://bit.ly/NWGHAADPreventHIV]
  • If you're living with HIV, it's important to take care of your overall health and take your meds exactly as prescribed. Learn more about National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and how you can get involved! #NWGHAAD #EndHIVEpidemic
    [Link to http://bit.ly/HIVPreventionStartsWithMe]