Cervical Cancer Screening and Prevention is one of FoHA’s intervention programs that focuses on the health of mothers in the rural families with in Uganda. The program seeks to save these mothers from cervical cancer which if not detected and treated early enough will lead to their death. Since this cancer develops very slowly after initial infection with human papilloma virus, it offers a large window of opportunity for finding precancerous lesions through screening. However, most women especially in rural communities are not able to detect and treat the disease early enough and because of this, 80% of all the women who are finally able to break through the barriers are found with an advanced stage disease with very low chances of survival. For this reason, Uganda has been ranked as a country with one of the highest cervical cancer incidence rates in the whole world.