This month our partners at The Nathan Hall Williams Center held a continuing medical training for healthcare workers on cervical cancer screenings in Bondeni. Only 15% of eligible people in this community have been screened for cervical cancer, despite cervical cancer having an increasingly high incidence and poor prognosis for women in Kenya. Early and frequent screenings are one of the most effective ways of catching cases early on when treatment is generally the easiest. The community health extension teams in Bondeni are working hard to ensure as many people as possible understand the importance of screening, have access to screenings, and have access to prevention and wellness services. The health extension teams equally play a vital role in connecting people who test positive for cervical cancer to providers, financial resources for treatment, and support networks. We applaud their efforts and are thankful for supporters who allow us to empower these critical healthcare workers each and every month. Your support matters!
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