Our vision is to ensure that all women have access to high quality prevention for cervical cancer, plus screening, and when needed, treatment for cervical and breast cancer.


of the global burden of cervical cancer occurs in less-developed regions

or more of breast cancer deaths occur in low-resource settings

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Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon’s partners provide life-saving prevention, detection, and treatment services in five countries. With your donation today, we will expand our reach and our positive impact on individuals and communities. Join us.


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Each year, for thousands of women in the United Republic of Tanzania, a positive diagnosis of cervical or breast cancer and the good news that treatment is available is followed by an impossible decision: travel to a distant hospital for treatment where there may not… More

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    PRRR goal is to ↓ #cervicalcancer deaths by 25% for women screened & treated in the countries we serve. Learn more:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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    DYK in sub-Saharan #Africa, more than 92,000 women get cervical cancer each year? We can prevent that! #Cervicalcancer #HPV #WomensHealth

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    .@PEPFAR: Making the Impossible Possible #globalhealth bit.ly/2rxThTT