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For the social component the distribution of the test is based on “Hope Ladies”, women from disadvantaged communities who spread information about HPV from door to door in their communities and then provide detection equipment to perform convenient and relatively comfortable tests. They are formalized, banked and trained, which improves their development opportunities, and their work is monitored by the project.

This intervention depends on informing women about cervical cancer, distributing self-administered HPV tests and providing them with results and referrals quickly. During the TTS1 phase, Hope will explore opportunities to finance the program using a cross-subsidy model through a separate entity: the public health social enterprise.

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