RHO Cervical Cancer spotlight
Saving the World’s Women from Cervical Cancer
This commentary from the New England Journal of Medicine argues that it is time to leapfrog old technologies, ensure equitable access for rural and poor women, and reduce cervical cancer-related mortality by half.
Taking Cervical Cancer Prevention to Scale: Protecting All Women and Girls
On November 4, 2015 Cervical Cancer Action launched a five-year initiative called Taking Cervical Cancer Prevention to Scale: Protecting All Women and Girls. The Initiative convenes a multi-sector partnership committed to prioritizing investments in the health of adolescent girls and women and building momentum for action on global cervical cancer prevention over the next five years (2015 to 2020).
HPV vaccine lessons learnt resources
To aid decision-makers interested in HPV vaccine introduction or scale-up, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and PATH completed a review of HPV vaccine delivery experiences across 37 countries. A package of materials synthesizing findings from this review is now available.
Cervical Cancer Prevention: Practical Experience Series from PATH
This series of five units summarizes lessons learned from PATH's cervical cancer prevention projects that can help guide future cervical cancer prevention program planning, especially in low-resource settings around the globe.
HPV vaccine delivery strategies that achieved high coverage in low- and middle-income countries
This peer-reviewed article documents HPV vaccination coverage through demonstration projects conducted in India, Peru, Uganda, and Vietnam by PATH and national governments.
PATH initiatives in cervical cancer prevention
PATH’s work in cervical cancer prevention for over two decades is described in these publications.
BBC film on cervical cancer
This video uncovers the challenges of cervical cancer in Africa and highlights new opportunities for dramatically reducing the toll of disease.
Evidence of Support for Improved Cervical Cancer Prevention in Developing Countries
This dossier includes statements of support for improved cancer control from governments, organizations, and individuals in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and other global regions.