Pepal’s mission is to bring together NGOs and global corporations to develop leaders and find practical solutions to challenging social issues in emerging economies.

In Tanzania, Pepal collaborates with Roche Pharmaceutica (a global pharmaceutical company based in Switzerland), ICAP Tanzania (NGO under Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health) and MoHCDGEC Tanzania to develop leaders in the context of tackling the cervical cancer burden in Kagera Region, Northwest Tanzania. We call this program ‘NJIA’.

January 2019 was Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and the Pepal Team were busy spreading awareness across our online platforms about this 90% preventable disease. This post features some of our favourite graphics!

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@PepalFoundation) and watch this space for an exciting new feature on the NJIA Program for International Women’s Day in the ICAP HQ newsletter!


NJIA Year Ahead Image.JPG
Rachel Yangwa Image.JPG
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Dr. Casmir.JPG
Jackie Wambua.JPG

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