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Prevent Cervical Cancer in Women in Uganda



Our goal
Our mission is to prevent women from dying of cervical cancer in Uganda
The Challenge

Young women are dying needlessly from cervical cancer.

Cervical cancer kills 300,000 women each year — mainly women in the developing world and in the prime of their productive lives. It is the number one cause of cancer-related deaths in developing countries. By 2035 cervical cancer is expected to be the number one cause of death for women worldwide. Ninety percent of these women live in under-served countries. By saving the lives of women, the quality of life and standard of living of families and communities is greatly increased.

Women in Uganda lack access to PAP smears to detect precancerous lesions of the cervix. We bring hope and healing and this brings us priceless joy and gratitude! You can be a hero by saving the life of a mother.

Our Solution

Cervical cancer is preventable with simple measures

Cervical cancer is preventable by screening asymptomatic women for precancerous cervical lesions and treating the lesions before they progress to invasive disease. We train local physicians, midwives and nurses in simple, highly effective, low-cost methods to prevent cervical cancer. We educate and empower local communities through outreach and education programs.

We have been in Uganda since 2015 in partnership with SUNY Upstate Medical University and the Ugandan government. We have trained over 200 Physicians, Midwives and other health care workers in cervical cancer prevention.

Your Impact

By donating just $10 to our cause you can help save a woman's life.

Your donation will enable a woman to be screened for cervical cancer. Studies suggest that even if a woman is screened for cervical cancer ONLY ONCE in her lifetime between the ages of 30 and 49, her risk of cancer would be reduced by 25-36%. Women who die of cervical cancer are often in the prime of their productive lives and many leave behind young children.

$5,000 Minimum Funding Goal
  • 60%-HPV testing

  • 30%-Surgical treatment device

  • 10%-Training local medical staff

See how far we've come

Our milestones
  • Candace

  • Christina

  • Daniel

  • Jan

  • Joan

  • Nina

  • Anique

  • Suncererae


Thank you, CaringCrowd community.
Your pledges will help make change possible.