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Nuriye Ortayli (UNFPA) - Working Meeting on Cervical Prevention and Control

Nuriye Ortayli (UNFPA) - Working Meeting on Cervical Prevention and Control

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  • 1. WORKING MEETING onCervical Cancer Prevention and Control Dr Nuriye Ortayli UNFPA Technical Division-Sexual and Reproductive Health Branch
  • 2. A MAJOR KILLER Cervical CancerIncidence of cervical cancer per 100, 000 females, age-standardized, WHO, 2005 Burden of Disease
  • 3. PREVENTION IS POSSIBLEExposure Persistent Precancerous CANCERto HPV infection lesions 20 + YEARS
  • 4. CHALLENGESHow to synchronize different interventions whichtarget different population groups,?How to ensure universal access?How to be sustainable?WHEN HEALTH SYSTEMS HAVE WEAKNESSES AND RESOURCES ARE LIMITED
  • 5. PROGRAMME GUIDANCE for COUNTRIES• Seventeen countries from 5 UNFPA regions• Eight partner organizations (GAVI, IPPF, Jhpiego, PAHO, PATH, UICC, WHO and UNFPA)
  • 6. PROGRAMME GUIDANCE for COUNTRIESCOMPREHENSIVE APPROACH:• Vaccination of girls against HPV infection• Screening and treatment of women for precancerous lesions• Palliative care for invasive cancer
  • 7. PROGRAMME GUIDANCE for COUNTRIES• Organized in three sections – Two sections on Strengthening Health Systems; • Introduction and delivery of HPV vaccine • Screening for and treatment of precancerous lesions – Advocacy and Community Mobilization
  • 8. PROGRAMME GUIDANCE for COUNTRIES• Each country is unique• Each health system has its own challenges and opportunities The solutions need to be COUNTRY SPECIFIC
  • 9. OBJECTIVES OF THE MEETING• Review the existing evidence• Learn about the experiences of other countries• Review CRITICALLY existing programmes/ design new programmes
  • 10. FOR IMPACT Share what youhave heard anddone withcolleagues andpartners when youare back andfollow-up. 10
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