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Thursday, November 20, 2014

The first cervical cancer prevention program activities in rural health centers of Ethiopia’s coffee-growing regions.
The team led a two-day community health promoter training to begin the process of engagement and recruitment of women for screening. This was followed by a two-day classroom training with local doctors and nurses and a four-day clinical training through a screen and treat campaign. The passion and expertise of in-country coordinator Ashenafi Argata and community coordinator Abiy Semunigus, together with the support of Grounds for Health Clinical Consultant Susan Hollinger and Amy Borgman, physician assistant and clinical volunteer, were indispensible in making the trip a success.
Read more@ http://www.groundsforhealth.org/2014/11/trip-report-ethiopia/