Category: Kenya – May 2018

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CCC Conducts Site Visits to Clinics in Kisumu County Region

Last week, CCC trained 21 health care professionals from Kisumu County in “See & Treat,” opened three new clinics, and revitalized four existing clinics. Today, in order to promote sustainability of our programs, the CureCervicalCancer team along with CCC Community Health Nurse Faith conducted site visits to a few of our clinic sites in the...

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More Than 300 Women Screened as of Day Three

By day 3 of the training, we screened over 300 women. During this time, our trainees have become extremely competent in VIA and cryotherapy with the help of facilitators and our medical volunteers.    

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Highlights from Kisumu County

The CCC/KMET partnership is off to a great start with 110 patients attending our first screening day and four patients treated with cryotherapy. We divided the 22 trainees into groups of three and four and paired them with a Kenyan Facilitator. Each of these Facilitators are crucial in teaching the trainees “See & Treat” as they...

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Kisumu County Training Kicks Off

Today was the first day of the CureCervicalCancer (CCC) and KMET “See & Treat” training program. In the morning, the CCC team was divided to provide lectures to both the Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) and the Global Trainees simultaneously. In this training, we have 22 global trainees and six facilitators, some of whom are past...

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CCC and KMET: Partnership For a Better Future

  CureCervicalCancer is currently partnering with Kisumu Medical and Education Trust (KMET) for a week-long training program in Kisumu, Kenya. This partnership will result in the establishment of three new “See & Treat” clinics and the revitalization of four existing CCC “See & Treat” clinics. The KMET partnership exemplifies our ground partner model which promotes...