Mariam Nabaale is the Matron in Charge at Kayunga Hospital, Uganda. She squeezes out time to train in cervical screening and treatment during PINCC’s visits, and marshals her nurse-midwives’ schedules to include training as well. “There are so many women who come here too late, with invasive cancer. We must learn the way to stop this terrible disease”, she told us. In Uganda’s main hospital in Kampala, 70% of women’s deaths are from cervical cancer. Mariam hopes her daughter’s generation will not have to watch their mothers and grandmothers die of this preventable disease.