Cervical Cancer

How $28 Dollars Can Change a Woman's Life

By Alejandra Naravez, Communications Specialist, Pro Mujer in Nicaragua “Beans, cheese, hot tortillas!” María Vidalia Blanco, a street food vendor from Reparto Venceremos, one of León’s poorest neighborhoods, repeats this phrase over and over each day. Before she joined Pro Mujer four years ago, María could not afford medical insurance with the earnings from her…
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"I've Survived Cervical Cancer"

In the latest issue of Global Health magazine, Joy Marini, Director of Corporate Contributions for Johnson & Johnson – a Pro Mujer partner since 2009 – blogs about how bundling microfinance with health services can save lives. Business Loan Saves Woman from Cervical Cancer September 20, 2011 “I’ve survived cervical cancer. I am here today because of the impact…
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