US Gvt To Scale Up Cervical Cancer Screening In Zim

THE United States Government (USD) says it will now support cervical cancer screening activities in Zimbabwe amidst indications that the disease has of  late been the leading cause of death in women i over the past few years. By Michael Gwarisa According to national statistics, Cervical cancer kills not less than 2000 women annually. Speaking at the just held PEPFAR HIV/AIDS Media Awards, Charged d’ Affairs at the US Embassy, Jennifer Savage said focus would now shift fighting cervical cancer screening to ensure early detection and treatment of the disease.…

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HealthTimes Reporter Wins National HIV/AIDS Reporting Award

THE United States Embassy, through support from the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) recognised four Zimbabwean Journalists for outstanding contribution to HIV and AIDS reporting in Zimbabwe. By Kudakwashe Pembere Speaking during the awards ceremony, Jennifer Savage, Charge d, Affairs at the United States Embassy said the awards are a symbol of continued U.S commitment to ensuring that Zimbabweans had access to information about support services available to those affected by HIV. “Your commitment to reporting on issues that affect your communities as well as solutions being…

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