Perspectives from Key Leaders in Global Cervical Cancer Control
The impact of COVID-19 on global cervical cancer prevention efforts has been wide-ranging, with unclear long-term ramifications. Our new TogetHER Interview series provides an opportunity for key leaders in global cervical cancer control to discuss current challenges and provide perspective on where the field needs to go from here.
Oct 29, 2020. COVID-19 has deprioritized women's health programs - including cervical cancer screenings. President and CEO Carrie Hessler-Radelet from PCI and Global Communities describes the problem - and what keeps her hopeful. Read More →
Oct 27, 2020. Women's health - already perilously underfunded - faces new challenges as COVID-19 disrupts services across the world. President and CEO Karl Hofmann talks about how PSI's modifying programs to meet the moment in dozens of countries. Read More →
Oct 21, 2020. COVID-19 has necessitated changes to cervical cancer programs around the world, including in Zambia. Dr. Groesbeck Parham reminds us to keep core principles for providing health at the forefront, no matter the situation. Read More →
Oct 15, 2020. COVID-19 forced the Cervical Cancer Prevention and Training Centre in Catholic Hospital (Battor, Ghana) to shut down its screening programs from mid-March to June. Dr. Kofi Effah tells us how they're getting back on track. Read More →
Oct 8, 2020. Basic Health International's cervical cancer prevention programs are active on three continents in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Executive Director Dr. Mauricio Maza tells us how this challenge provides an opportunity to strengthen public health. Read More →
Sept 23, 2020. How is global health implementer Jhpiego adapting its programs to the new reality of COVID-19? In our first TogetHER Interview, Dr. Leslie Mancuso, President & CEO, talks about sustaining women's health programs while keeping providers and clients safe. Read More →