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In Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe, the introduction of community-based cervical cancer screenings is transforming women’s health

The challenge of long distances and poor roads makes it difficult for women to access these lifesaving screenings. Thanks to a collaboration between Clinton Health Access Initiative and Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Health, cervical cancer screening and treatment are now more accessible, both in clinics and communities. This effort is crucial, as Zimbabwe ranks among the top five countries globally for cervical cancer incidence, underscoring the importance of accessible healthcare for its rural women. 

Our partnership with the Clinton Health Access Initiative will expand affordable access to these vital prevention services and increase the accuracy of testing with the goal of reducing the burden of disease and allowing future generations of women to live free from cervical cancer. If you would like to learn more, please visit their website.

Photos by Clinton Health Access Initiative.  

Country: Zimbabwe

Theme: Health

Partner: Clinton Health Access Initiative

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