HIV infection puts women at higher
risk for cervical cancer

Through our education program, traditional
marriage counselors learn how to teach
brides-to-be about women's cancer screening

Our program uses an electronic matrix for
consultation and quality improvement

Our programme meets with Radio Chikaya staff on the awareness of cervical cancer as partners in information dissemination

His Royal Highness Senior Chief Amukenaat at his Naliele Palace meeting with the Cervical Cancer Prevention Programme

Women waiting to be screened at a mobile clinic in New Soweto Market

Men being sensitized about Cervical Cancer at a Soccer Tournament hosted by the Zambian Cancer Society

Women being sensitized about Cervical Cancer in a market place in Mpongwe district on the Copperbelt province

Her royal highness Chieftainess Mwenda of Chikankata District, Southern Province at her royal palace with the Cervical Cancer Prevention Program team.

Over 275 000 women screened for Cervical Cancer



International Women’s Day

This year for International Women's Day, the Cervical Cancer Prevention Program in Zambia will offer free cervical cancer screening at our booth. Come out and watch us in the parade, learn about cervical cancer, get screened, and gain momentum for cervical cancer prevention in Zambia!

In The News

Cervical Cancer Video

Cervical Cancer Video

Check out the latest video from CSIS on cervical cancer in Zambia.

Attend Our Training Program

Attend Our Training Program

Our program has educated over 200 health professionals from thirteen countries.

What You Can Do

What You Can Do

Our program offers many ways to get involved, from events to fellowships.