National Women and Girls HIV Awareness Day spotlights the persistent challenges women and girls face in the fight against HIV. Black and Hispanic women continue to be disproportionately impacted by HIV, underscoring the critical need for accessible HIV prevention and treatment, stigma reduction, and gender equality.
Let’s celebrate the progress made and continue to push for sustained commitment to ensure every woman and girl can thrive.
Caption 1: Despite being long-time advocates of HIV prevention and care, women are often excluded from conversations about the future of these efforts.
Today, we emphasize the need for more research focused on women, the importance of empowering women through education, and our ongoing commitment to amplifying the voices of women affected by HIV.
Caption 2: PrEP is for everyone, including women! Prioritize yourself, get tested often, and know your status so you can do your part to #StopTheSpread of HIV. Join a growing community of women using PrEP and taking ownership of their health!
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