National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) is an HIV testing and treatment community mobilization initiative designed to increase the awareness of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment among Blacks in the United States and across the Diaspora.


February 7


“Stay The Course.The Fight Is Not Over!”


The movement has four main objectives that it hopes to achieve within Black communities:

  1. Education: To distribute information about HIV/AIDS locally.
  2. Testing: Establish February 7 as an annual day to get an HIV test.
  3. Involvement: Increase the number of Blacks involved locally.
  4. Treatment: For those newly testing HIV-positive and those coming to terms with their status, get them aware of treatment services and information.


Stay tuned for more exciting news to commemorate #NBHAAD


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