100% Focused on Ending 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 Cervical Cancer Grants Program targets projects that address barriers to access and boost demand for newer, more effective and efficient cervical cancer prevention interventions.

TogetHER is currently taking applications for our third round of funding since launching the Cervical Cancer Grants Program in 2019. TogetHER will award a total of two grants, each with a maximum budget of $30,000 USD. Proposals should be submitted by email to [email protected] no later than 6:00 pm US Eastern Time on Friday, February 3rd.

  • More about the Program and the submission process can be found here.
  • The Request for Proposals can be viewed here.
  • A list of answers to submitted questions can be found here.

Zambia’s cervical cancer burden remains among the highest in sub-Saharan Africa, but national and civil society leadership are working jointly to save lives.

TogetHER's Executive Director Heather White's op-ed highlights tremendous leadership in the effort to end cervical cancer in Zambia, including by the national government and by grassroots advocacy group the Teal Sisters.

This post is available to all thanks to sponsorship from Hologic.

TogetHER for Health publishes an annual analysis of funding for cervical cancer prevention in low-income countries (LICs) and lower middle-income countries (LMICs).

Our newest report summarizes investments in HPV immunization and cervical cancer screening and treatment in LICs and LMICs from 2018 through 2021. Click on the link below to read the report and view related resources.

Alabama has among the highest death rates from cervical cancer in the U.S., even though it's almost totally preventable. Cervical cancer mortality rates track nearly 50% higher in Alabama than in the rest of the country.

Operation Wipe Out is a statewide coalition tackling cervical cancer head-on and putting Alabama on the road to eliminating cervical cancer as a public health problem. By harnessing the unique capabilities of our multisectoral collaboration, we can reach more women with information and services and start saving lives.

Our new Operation Wipe Out site provides information on cervical cancer and links to prevention resources in Alabama.

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.