There will be special events across the nation – and a live event from the White House at 1PM
You can follow events around the world on Twitter #WorldAIDSday.
There is no better time than World AIDS Day to recommit ourselves to achieving an AIDS-free generation. This year, we will celebrate the tremendous progress we have made together in expanding access to HIV prevention, treatment, and care services, and focus on the potential to achieve sustainable epidemic control and end AIDS as a public health threat.
In 2015, we know what it takes to prevent HIV infections and improve the lives of people living with HIV, and we are building on the success of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, the release of the United States’ National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020, and our commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals. The Time to Act Is Now looks to the future and demonstrates the urgent need for action today.
The global HIV epidemic requires a coordinated and united response. We hope that you will join us from wherever you are across the globe, and in whatever role you play in your organization, community, or neighborhood, to raise awareness and show how you are taking action.
For everything World AIDS Day, follow AIDS.gov and use the hashtag #WAD2015 on social media.
Senior officials from the White House and Administration, and community leaders commemorate World AIDS Day with the theme – “The Time to Act Is Now”
— CreativeInfotainment (@cinfotainment) December 1, 2015
— ONE (@ONECampaign) December 1, 2015
— The Trevor Project (@TrevorProject) December 1, 2015