Our second full day of screening at Buzuruga was a smashing success. Word of mouth travels fast here, and today three times as many women as yesterday showed up for screening. To see over a hundred women, plus dozens of babies and children, fill the waiting room was a beautiful sight. Their traditional, rainbow-colored dresses and headwraps gave a kaleidoscope effect to the surroundings as they moved about. Our trainees arrived excited and eager to put their new skills to use. Watching them work, I found it hard to believe that they had only begun learning “See and Treat” 2 days earlier. I felt at ease, noting the confidence with which they worked with the patients. Additionally, the medical center incorporated rapid HIV testing for all of the women who came for screening. As you may know, HIV infection greatly increases a woman’s risk for cervical cancer. A woman with HIV must be screened more frequently than a woman without the infection. Therefore, today provided an excellent opportunity for educating and supporting the women of the community, particularly those who were newly diagnosed with HIV. Now, these woman will know exactly when and where to come for screening each year. We would like to give special recognition to the UC Irvine School of Medicine team, and their leaders Dr. Anjali Hari and Megan Bernstein, for their thorough forethought and planning which has made this program possible. They have gone above and beyond, even securing an audit of these two new clinics six months from now. We would also like to thank Tara Rick PA-C, and her team members Jessica and Tasha, not only for your registration assistance and incredible teamwork each day, but for introducing us to Dr. Freddie Mbise of Arusha. Dr. Mbise performs VIA in his clinic, but until now has had to send his patients who need cryotherapy to a clinic 2 hours away. Now, with a cryo unit provided by a grant secured by Tara Rick, and the training provided by CCC, Dr. Mbise will have a complete “See and Treat” center. Having never worked in Tanzania before, our team arrived here with an open, yet cautious, mind and heart. After only 3 full days here, it is clear that choosing to establish cervical cancer prevention clinics in this country was a good idea, and the start of a long and beautiful partnership.