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National Day of Women Living with HIV
Friday 09 March 2018
The day is aimed at raising awareness of women living with HIV (WLHIV), reduce stigma and encourage women at risk to test for HIV. 

Around 10 percent (about 2,700) of Australia's HIV population is female. While this relatively low number is something to be celebrated, the flip side is that women living with HIV are often not considered a priority population. As a result, women living with HIV often feel isolated, marginalised and invisible in the Australian HIV landscape. This day is aimed at increasing visibility of Australian women living with HIV, including those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.