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In 2012, Four Women Came Together, Driven by a Passion to Eliminate Cervical Cancer in Kenya LEARN MORE Cervical Cancer Prevention, Screening and Treatment LEARN MORE Advocacy to Champion the Adoption of the HPV Vaccine LEARN MORE In 2012, Four Women Came Together, Driven by a Passion to Eliminate Cervical Cancer in Kenya LEARN MORE

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Cervical Cancer Information

What is cervical cancer, how it starts, prevention, treatment and care


Who We Are

Formed in 2012, Women 4 Cancer is a Kenyan non-governmental organization co-founded by four women from diverse backgrounds.



Seven out of ten (70%) of all cervical cancer cases reported throughout the world are caused by only two types of HPV: 16 and 18.


Our Programmes

See our programmes and initiatives to keep you updated on what we are doing to fight cervical cancer.


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Survivor Stories

Stories and experiences of women who recovered, their walk before and after recovery.

Our Programs

STOP Cervical Cancer

The STOP Cervical Cancer Campaign is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Health’s National Cancer Control Program, Kenya’s National Cancer Institute, Women 4 Cancer and other civil society organizations who have joined forces to profile cervical cancer as a growing public health concern in Kenya. Women 4 Cancer acts as the coordinating Partner of the STOP Cervical Cancer Initiative.

Kenya's rank globally in cervical cancer infections
of eligible women in Kenya have not & never get screened
-65 yrs
ages to screen & screenings still remain low
st & 2nd
first in cancer related deaths and second most prevalent form of cancer in kenyan women

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