Ensuring rights and choices for all


Laina Mutenga, her husband and two of their four children at Forefront Farm

19 February 2019

Village Health Worker leading by example

Laina Mutenga, 42, is a village health worker who lives and works at Forefront Farm in Mashonaland East.  She has been married for 17 years with four children.  She says from the time she got married, she has always been aware of the importance of family planning - deciding the number of children one has and the intervals

6 February 2019

Integration of services key in encouraging cervical cancer screening

Harare, 6 February 2019 - The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has urged public health facilities to integrate health services to ensure women are provided with an opportunity for cervical cancer screening as early detection is important in enabling treatment before the cancer spreads. Speaking at the World Cancer Day

26 November 2018

Mobile Cervical Cancer screening clinics helping women in rural Nyanga to access services

Nyanga, Zimbabwe, 26 November -  *Dorcas Katima, (48) slowly walks into the medical examination rooms at Nyanga District Hospital. She looks nervous but the nurse gently holds her arm and reassures her that everything will be fine. Another nurse prepares the examination bed for Katima. She manages to lift herself up onto the

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