Evaluation of MSF's Cervical Cancer Intervention in Gutu, Zimbabwe

The cervical cancer project in Gutu district in Zimbabwe ran from August 2015 until the end of 2020 focusing on cervical cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment for both women living with HIV and the general population. In addition to the general and specific medical objectives, MSF’s project intention was to demonstrate the feasibility of a working decentralized model of cervical cancer services to district and community levels in a rural setting. The evaluation had the objective to assess whether the cervical cancer intervention achieved its expectations with respect to appropriateness, effectiveness, and efficiency criteria as well as to identify the lessons learned that could be considered in similar interventions.

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Oscar Tapera and Bothwell Guzha
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