Population Services International (PSI) partnered with the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) to review the global evidence base on integration of cervical cancer prevention and voluntary family planning (FP) service delivery and to document field-based experiences on integrated programs across PSI’s global network. The objective was to highlight the programmatic benefits and challenges of designing, implementing, and evaluating integrated programs in contexts with high unmet need for FP and low cervical cancer screening coverage.
Integrating Cervical Cancer Prevention Services with Voluntary Family Planning Programs
- Resource Types: Reports and Briefs
- Languages: English
- Population Served: Adolescents and Youth, People Living with HIV, Women, Women at High Risk for HIV, Women of Reproductive Age
- Practice Areas: Cervical Cancer, Sexual & Reproductive Health
- Countries: Benin, India, Kenya, Myanmar, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
- Solutions: Cervical Cancer Control & Prevention, Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment, Integrated Service Delivery, Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment