Women’s Cancers

Early Detection and Prevention Saves Lives Jhpiego believes in a world in which an integrated and coordinated response to women’s cancer detects disease early and ends preventable deaths. Jhpiego’s legacy of working in women’s cancers started in the 1990s with pioneering early clinical trials on visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) for identification of precancerous

Make Way for Violet

Woman talking to two men about HIV self-testing in a marketplace.

As a volunteer health promoter for the George Health Centre, Violet spends her days out and about, talking about voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC). It’s a task that takes the 58-year-old widow into barbershops, markets, bars, clubs, churches … any place men tend to frequent or congregate.