In one year, 1 in 2 women with cervical cancer will die from the disease – with the majority of deaths occurring in low and middle-income countries.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Cervical cancer is preventable and treatable. But with limited education and awareness, plus barriers to comprehensive care, girls and women across developing countries often do not receive the services that can save their lives.
With the right resources, we can eliminate cervical cancer. But to get there, we need buy-in from all.
PSI works with governments and partners across philanthropic and commercial sectors to support 19 countries’ efforts to achieve the WHO’s global cervical cancer elimination goals. And we’ve documented the work and lessons learned in our latest video, below.
An investment in cervical cancer elimination is an investment in the future of women and the power they bring to their families, their communities and their nations.
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