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The social media tools below are resources available to you to help inform others about HIV related information.   They are also valuable resources for observing National HIV Awareness Days, which are times to reflect on how HIV is affecting certain populations. They are also days for increased HIV testing and treatment and other community mobilization efforts in these communities. Visit our page for a full list of these observance days and available resources.

New! Act Against AIDS Launches First Disease-Specific CDC Instagram Account

The Act Against AIDS (AAA) campaign has launched a new Instagram account! The AAA Instagram account will share photos and videos that show what AAA is doing to combat HIV and that highlight the people involved.
Follow @actagainstaids on Instagram.


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Social Media Tools from CDC

CDC offers a variety of social media tools kits and other resources that can help you build your social media program and projects, using the latest information from the CDC. Visit CDC’s social media site for the latest apps, buttons, widgets and much more.

Social & New Media Tools from

Reach new audiences through the use of social media and emerging technology. Learn the basics of new media and get detailed instructions on using specific tools in response to HIV/AIDS. offers a variety of downloadable factsheets, tutorials and more on how to incorporate social media into any HIV prevention program.


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Search location, such as: "Atlanta, GA", or "30033".

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