AHF: Women of Action (WOA) Honor ‘International Day of the Girl Child’ Sunday, Oct 11th with Events in L.A. & Worldwide

Events, including a gallery event in DTLA Sunday from 1pm to 5pm,
focus on girls ages 5 through 13 affected by HIV around the world

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In celebration of International
Day of the Girl
, Women
of Action
, an affiliate of AIDS
Healthcare Foundation
(AHF), will be hosting a gallery event in DTLA
this Sunday, October 11th from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
featuring photos and videos of—and art created by—girls ages five (5)
through thirteen (13) affected by HIV around the world. Under the
umbrella ‘She’s Her Ally’ (hashtag: #ShesHerAlly), the WOA initiative—in
support of International Day of the Girl Child—strives for global
fellowship, understanding, and empowerment among young girls, with the
ultimate goal of maintaining their health and well-being. Countries
represented in the Women of Action/AHF celebrations include: China,
Russia, India, Mexico, Jamaica, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and the United
States, with Los Angeles as host U.S. city.

   
WHAT:

GALLERY EVENT – DTLA – International Day of the Girl Child

Women of Action (WOA), an AHF affiliate, will honor and celebrate
the ‘International Day of the Girl’ by hosting a gallery event in
DTLA (Downtown Los Angeles) featuring photos and videos of—and art
created by—girls ages 5 – 13 affected by HIV around the world.

 

Countries represented include: China, Russia, India, Mexico,
Jamaica, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and the United States, with Los
Angeles as host U.S. city.

 
WHEN:

October 11th, 1 – 5 p.m.

 
WHERE:

The Unique Space

1275 East 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90021 United States
 

Additional details:

Free valet, food, and drinks. Crafts will be available for kids.

 

B-ROLL:

Video will be shown at 2:30 p.m.

 

Website:

http://www.woa.la

 

About AHF

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is the largest non-profit HIV/AIDS
healthcare provider in the USA. AHF currently provides medical care
and/or services to over 492,000 individuals in 36 countries worldwide in
the US, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and Asia. For
more information, visit www.aidshealth.org,
find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/aidshealth
and follow us on Twitter: @AIDSHealthcare

Contacts

AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Ged Kenslea
mobile:
323-791-5526
ged.kenslea@aidshealth.org
or
Sway
Benns

mobile: 703-498-7287
sway.benns@aidshealth.org