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Social Media Toolkit and Events

Social Media Toolkit and Events

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!


We have created a set of custom NWGHAAD graphics that you can use with the sample tweets and posts below. You can also use them with your own messages that are most relevant to your followers, members, and/or partners.

Social Media Messages

Our accounts: @womenshealth@SaludDLaMujer (for Spanish), and @girlshealth.

Follow us, tag us, share and retweet any #NWGHAAD messages you find helpful for your audience.

Sample Tweets

  • March 10th is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Join us as we talk about prevention, testing and treatment of HIV: #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • #DYK When taken as prescribed, #PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by about 99%? To learn about more PrEP, visit: #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • Get tested, know your risk, and talk to your doctor about #PrEP. #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • In the U.S., about 23%of people living with #HIV are women. Here’s how @HHSgov is planning to change this: #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • WE all have a role to play in HIV prevention, regardless of your #HIV status. Here’s what YOU can do: #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • The National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States (2022-2025) is an updated roadmap to end the HIV epidemic by 2030. Click here to learn more about the 4 specific goals:
  • Disparities in #HIV continue to exist. In 2018, Black women accounted for 57% of new cases. the Poverty, stigma and fear of discrimination prevent some women from getting tested or seeking care Learn more here: #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • According to CDC’s most recently available data, 2% of the new HIV diagnoses were among transgender people. Learn more in CDC’s fact sheet: HIV and Transgender People: #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • An estimated 14% of transgender women have #HIV. Stigma, discrimination, the lack of inclusive language & knowledge pose obstacles to HIV testing, prevention and care. #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • Let’s Stop HIV Together! Here’s one place to get started: @CDC_HIV #NWGHAAD #EndingHIVEpidemic
  • Did you know #PrEP is for women too? Adding #PrEP to your sexual health toolbox can help you prevent #HIV. Get the facts about PrEP and other HIV prevention options here: #StopHIVTogether #ShesWell #NWGHAAD


Kaye Hayes, OASH OIDP - Importance of Listening During NWGHAAD

Kayla Quimbley – Being HIV/AIDS Advocate
NWGHAAD Awareness Day

Dr. Jonathan Mermin, CDC – HIV/AIDS Policy / Strategy
NWGHAAD Awareness Day

Dr. Jonathan Mermin, CDC – HIV/AIDS Policy / Strategy
NWGHAAD Awareness Day

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, CDC – Public and Private Sector working together
NWGHAAD Awareness Day

Gina Brown, Jesse Milan Jr. – HIV/AIDS Stigma
NWGHAAD Awareness Day

Gina Brown – Hope for Prep
NWGHAAD Awareness Day

Ebony Payne-English, Poet, HIV Activist and Survivor


Shorter Video Clips for Ebony Payne-English


March 10, 2022

Let’s Talk Lunch and Learn Series: The Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV/AIDS

Host: HHS OASH Region 7

Time: 1:30 – 2:15 PM EST

Join OASH in a conversation in observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) with featured speaker Huvona Watkins, Partnership and Development Coordinator for Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse.


For questions, email


March 14-15, 2022

Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) Meeting

Time: 12:30 – 2:45 PM EST

PACHA is convening its 73rd meeting on Monday, March 14, and Tuesday, March 15, 2022, from 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM (ET). During this virtual meeting, the Council will bring “PACHA-to-the-People” through a listening session with the HIV community.

Other agenda topics during the two-day PACHA meeting include: Strengthening the HIV Workforce; Women and Girls: Why Representation Matters; Providing PrEP for the Nation; and PEPFAR Guidance to Countries for 2022.

PACHA will also hear public comments during their meeting. If you would like to provide public comment on Tuesday, March 15, please email with your name, organization, and title by close of business Monday, March 7, 2022.

To Watch the Meetings:
Select the link for the “PACHA-to-the-People” virtual community engagement session.


March 23, 2022

Missing from Prevention: Increasing Access to HIV Prevention and Care for Women

Host: OASH Regions 8 and 10

Time: 1:00—2:30 PM ET


CEUs provided.

For more information contact: or


March 30, 2022

Women, Girls, and HIV/AIDS: Current Perspectives on Policy, Practice, and Prevention

Host: OASH- Office of Regional Health Operations (Regions 1-10)

Time: 2:00- 3:15 PM EST


The 10 HHS regions will host a 75-minute webinar that features three panelists and their perspectives on effective HIV prevention strategies, especially for women and girls of color.



Thank you for supporting NWGHAAD!