A Cross-sectional study was undertaken to compare the level of awareness about HIV/AIDS between women's self-help group leaders and other women in the villages of primary health centre area, Anji. 82 leaders of women's self-help groups i.e. president and secretary of each 41 women's self-help groups promoted by Kasturba Rural Health Training Centre, Anji in area Primary Health Centre, Anji and 98 women other than leaders of self-help group from the same villages were selected for the study. Both the groups were in reproductive age groups. The leaders of Self-help groups had better level of education and awareness about HIV/AIDS than other women in the village. Considering the significant high level of awareness regarding HIV/AIDS, the leaders of women's self-help groups could act as potential resource persons for the delivery of health education about prevention of HIV/AIDS to other women in the villages of Primary Health Centre, Anji.