World AIDS Day Toolkit

World AIDS Day, December 1

CDC’s National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) created this toolkit to help localize efforts for World AIDS Day 2019 – Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community.

World AIDS Day is observed every year on December 1. The 2019 theme draws attention to the importance of tailoring efforts to diagnose, treat, prevent, and respond to HIV. This toolkit provides guidance and templates to help:

The HIV epidemic affects communities differently, including the 50 localities with the majority of the nation’s new HIV diagnoses and the seven states with a disproportionate/substantial burden of HIV in rural areas. Customizing your World AIDS Day activities to your area will be more effective.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services proposed Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for Americaexternal icon to reduce new HIV infections by 90 percent in 10 years. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for every community and each individual to help move the nation closer to an HIV-free generation.

Page last reviewed: November 26, 2019