• World AIDS Day
  • World AIDS Day
  • World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is one of the most globally recognised events of the year. World AIDS Day is celebrated across Australia to:

  • Encourage the community to talk about HIV/AIDS
  • Remind the community that the HIV epidemic is still a major health issue in Queensland
  • Raise community awareness
  • Break down barriers
  • Educate our community

Recent studies indicate that HIV infection rates in Australia are gradually increasing – highlighting the need to remind people that HIV/AIDS is a serious problem that continues to pose challenges in Australia, not just overseas.

World AIDS Day is one of the most globally recognised events of the year. World AIDS Day is celebrated across Australia, to find out information on any of these activities or any other information can be found at http://www.qldworldaidsday.org.au/

The QWADA Coordinator is Trish McKenna who can provide further information about 2016 WAD activities in Queensland. Trish can be contacted on (07) 3013 5555 or 0403 174 347