RAHMA and its partners lead the planning for National Faith HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, The observance is intended to engage faith communities to work together for HIV/AIDS education, prevention, treatment, care and support, and to reduce and eliminate stigma and discrimination.
NFHAAD was first observed in 2017. The 2021 observance will be marked on August 29.
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Use the hashtag #NFHAAD.Help stand up to stigma.
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Many federal agencies collaborate with faith communities to respond to public health issues including HIV.