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100% Focused on Ending Cervical Cancer

Mobilizing the world TO END CERVICAL CANCER


The knowledge and technology exist to eliminate cervical cancer with effective, low-cost tools, even in the poorest parts of the world. TogetHER is a global partnership focused on bold action and mobilizing the world to end cervical cancer.



In many countries, the COVID-19 crisis is now limiting access to essential health services for girls and women.

TogetHER for Health, along with our global partners and other supporters, share our global Call to Action to maintain essential sexual and reproductive health services, including cervical cancer prevention and treatment services, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If your organization would like to sign on, please do so via this form.

For girls and women, the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly changing how sexual and reproductive health care (SRH), including cervical cancer prevention and treatment services, is delivered worldwide.

TogetHER for Health, The International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) and Population Services International (PSI) held a webinar on Wednesday, May 13th to discuss how frontline service providers are responding to the challenges of COVID-19 to adapt SRH clinical guidelines and practices to meet patient and community needs during this challenging time.

TogetHER Executive Director Celina Schocken outlines the issues - and opportunities - facing the effort to eliminate cervical cancer globally in a piece originally posted in the Wilson Center’s New Security Beat blog.

TogetHER for Health supports our colleagues on the frontlines of patient care, in cervical cancer prevention and sexual and reproductive health care more broadly, to effectively manage their work during the pandemic.

We have collected resources to support health workers during this critical time.

Please also read our Executive Director's opinion piece about ensuring the steps we are all taking against the coronavirus pandemic do not thwart our goals of improving women’s health in the long term.

On Tuesday, April 28th, TogetHER for Health hosted a twitter chat to bring our community together to discuss the implications of COVID-19 on our work, and the steps we can take today to protect women’s lives. We were joined by voices from across the globe, including a great group of experts.