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Mobilizing the world TO END CERVICAL CANCER

WE CAN SAVE WOMEN'S LIVES BY PREVENTING 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.

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TogetHER's new Executive Director Heather White reflects on the considerable challenges facing the  cervical cancer community, and the broader sexual and reproductive health community as the world grapples with COVID-19.

On July 9, 2020, TogetHER for Health presented this webinar on how HPV-based screening programs, and self-collection of HPV samples can play a crucial role in reaching women in underserved communities and scaling up global screening efforts.

Dr. Silvia de SanJose from PATH provided an overview on HPV-based screening and HPV self-collection. Dr. Vince DeGennaro from Innovating Health International shared insights on their screening program in Haiti. Dr. Joel Domgue offered insights on HPV-based screening through the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services program.

In our newest case study, TogetHER is proud to highlight one group taking the fight against cervical cancer to rural Nicaragua. The Lily Project’s mobile clinics bring critical women’s healthcare with a patient-centered approach to rural Nicaraguan women, who otherwise would have little to no access to these services. Lily Project clinics have screened over 20,000 women for cervical cancer and provided sexual health education for 9,000 adolescent girls.

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.