It’s Friday and after a long week full of fruitful meetings with ground partners and clinic site visits, Program Director Rebecca wanted to share a few photo highlights of her busy week in Kenya with you.
Looking over the records from the “See & Treat” clinic at JOOTRH Hospital. CureCervicalCancer continues to monitors and evaluates our sites in order to make improvements and more impact.
The Jill Rotman Clinic at Jodiaga Odinga (please look up the full name in clinic status sheet) in Kisumu, Kenya. Partnered with CureCervicalCancer since 2014, this hospital continues to screen and treat hundreds of women. Pictured here (from left) Nurse Sarah, Nursing Officer in Charge, Ephraim Odeny, Amos from KMET, Dr. Rosemary Obara, Reproductive Health Coordinator for Kisumu County, and Monica Oggutu, Executive Director for KMET.
Standing with Ephraim Odeny, the Nursing Officer in Charge in the “See and Treat” room at JOOTRH, a major hospital in Kisumu, Kenya.
A successful meeting with CureCervicalCancer, KMET, and the Kisumu County Ministry of Health. By combining forces, we aim to improve cervical cancer prevention services and reach the women of Kisumu County.