National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Digital Tools
Hard to believe in some corners but the first day of spring –March 20 – is almost here.
March 20 is also the annual observance of National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD). (You can learn more about why the first day of spring was chosen for NNHAAD).
The day highlights the impact of HIV among Native populations, be they American Indian, Native Hawaiian, or Alaska Natives. The community-led collaborative partnership that plans the observance has announced the 2017 theme: "Unity in CommUnity, Stand Strong to Prevent HIV."
To support your involvement in this observance, we’ve rounded up some HIV-specific digital communication tools.
From Exit DisclaimerIndian Health Service, the leading agency responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives:
- Video resources: Facing HIV/AIDS in Native Communities (and don’t miss the other videos on this page)
- Share the IHS online training modules
- Read about the IHS National HIV/AIDS Program
- Like Indian Health Service on Facebook Exit Disclaimer
- Posters Exit Disclaimer
- e-banners Exit Disclaimer
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- Event listings Exit Disclaimer
- NNHAAD on Facebook Exit Disclaimer
- NNHAAD on Instagram Exit Disclaimer
- Hashtag: use #NNHAAD Exit Disclaimer
Please watch each of these partners on March 20 and beyond for additional communication resources. The HIV.gov blog will continue to report on the national HIV/AIDS observances this Spring and beyond. We encourage you to subscribe now .