February 2019 – January 2021
The Partnership to End AIDS and Cervical Cancer – Mozambique aims to support a global team of experts in cervical cancer screening and treatment in the delivery of training, supervision, and mentoring in loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) treatment, colposcopy to Mozambican doctors, nurses and other providers from five priority districts with a high burden of HIV, located in Northern, Central, and Southern Mozambique. The Mozambique Ministry of Health and CDC Mozambique have identified this issue as a major gap in cervical cancer prevention and are aiming to increase the capacity locally, expand access to these services and prevent the development of invasive cervical cancer among women ages 15-34, especially among HIV-positive women who fall within the dangerous profile of double morbidity.
Partnership Management; Contracts & Funds Management; Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting; Communication and Knowledge Management
Capacity Building; Cervical Cancer Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Division of Global HIV & TB
Implementing Partner and Private Partner
Host Government Partner
Mozambique Ministry of Health