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Kitovu Mobile graces Kyotera District Women’s day celebrations, offers free breast, cervical cancer screening services

Women make a procession at the venue. KITOVU MOBILE PHOTOS.

Women make a procession at the venue. KITOVU MOBILE PHOTOS.

On 9 April,2019, Kitovu Mobile joined Kyotera District to celebrate women’s day.
The DREAMS, Grand Mothers and OVC support and the Medical Center, the three Kitovu Mobile projects participated in different ways.

The DREAMS had its Adolescent girls and young women (AGYWs) join the procession, entertain guests and show case their products.

Like the former, the Grand Mothers and OVC Support Project joined the procession as well as ferrying grandmothers from Kabira project to come and grace their day.

In fact, had it not been this development the grandmothers would not have been represented; yet they are also women and deserved celebrate their day.

Ms Jackie Namulondo-Kitovu Mobile Medical center staff sensitising the gathering about cervical cancer and the need to have early and regular screening.

Ms Jackie Namulondo-Kitovu Mobile Medical center staff sensitising the gathering about cervical cancer and the need to have early and regular screening.

Because rural communities find hard to access cancer screening services, Kitovu Mobile’s  offerd free cervical and breast cancer screening services to the women.

The move also bids  Kitovu Mobile realisation of  its target to have 5000 People aware and screened of cervical, breast and prostate cancer (2000 annually) and 30 cancer patients referred by end of 2020,as set in its (Kitovu Mobile)  2018-2020  strategic plan.

Kitovu Medical Center staff capturing a client's details ahead of screening.KITOVU MOBILE PHOTOS.

Ms Noleline Ndagire,Kitovu Mobile Medical Center staff  records details of  a client who presented for screening.KITOVU MOBILE PHOTOS.

The drizzle dominated day saw 17 women getting tested for the two types of cancer, one of which being the leading cause of cancer deaths among Ugandan women.

Fortunately, all the 17 were negative to. breast and  cervical cancer

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