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.



Conquering Cancer is a global social impact campaign aiming to turn the cervical cancer elimination dream into a reality. View the trailer for the upcoming Conquering Cancer documentary and learn more about the campaign in this guest blog by Sue Collins and Kristina Roach of Moonshine Agency.

TogetHER for Health is here to ensure that commitments to eliminate cervical cancer are realized. It’s in our name: we work TogetHER with partners around the globe because we cannot do this alone, and we want to invite new partners to join our cause.

Read more about how new partnerships and support can enhance our efforts, and join our cause to save women's lives. TogetHER won’t rest until the effort to end cervical cancer everywhere has the resources, innovative ideas, and strategic direction it needs.

COVID-19 has disrupted cervical cancer prevention services across the globe, putting millions of women at increased risk. Cuts to critical funding for foreign aid will only worsen an already difficult situation, according to this new entry in Devex' Building Back Health series.

TogetHER's Executive Director, Heather White, participated in this important article highlighting opportunities to get cervical cancer elimination on track despite the challenges presented by COVID-19.

TogetHER and Scope Impact are excited to announce the formal launch of the Kizazi Chetu campaign, a call to action for Kenyan women, girls, and the society at large to take up the cervical cancer elimination agenda by becoming informed and engaged on the importance of cervical health and cervical cancer prevention.

Learn more and get involved here!

Did you miss the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)'s recent entries in the Virtual Dialogues series on Cervical Cancer Elimination? If you participated, would you like to share them with colleagues or view them again? Recordings for each of these important sessions are available below:

*Your Roadmap to 2030: Inspiration for Getting It Right on Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment

UICC, Jhpiego, and TogetHER highlighted motivation, facilitating factors and early learnings from country implementers already scaling up prevention and early detection in low-resource settings.

*Estimating and Responding to the Suffering of Women with Cervical Cancer: Stimulating Overdue Action

Implementers, advocates and civil society organizations working in cancer and HIV participated in this interactive dialogue on addressing gaps in palliative care for cervical cancer (EPPCCC).