Awards and Acknowledgements
(Last updated June 29, 2012)
This page lists awards and acknowledgements PINCC has received since 2005.
“The Metropolitan Region of the Ministry of Health of El Salvador presents this award in acknowledgement of PINCC's unconditional support in the fight against cervical and breast cancer in poor women through the development and completion of training workshops in San Salvador, El Salvador. Dr. Milagro Segovia de Cornejo, Metropolitan Region Director”. May 2011.
Dr. Kay Taylor receives the Emil M. Mrak International Award December 2011. The alumni award honors a UC Davis graduate who is distinguished in his or her career in service outside the United States. This prominent award is given to one alumnus who has both internationally advanced his/her profession and has shown a commitment to public service and the global community.
Dr. Kay Taylor is named a 2011 Purpose Prize fellow December 2011. The Purpose Prize honors Americans over the age of sixty for making an extraordinary impact in their encore careers. Funded by The Atlantic Philanthropies and the John Templeton Foundation, The Purpose Prize is a program of Civic Ventures' Encore Careers campaign, which aims to engage millions of boomers in encore careers combining personal meaning, continued income and social impact in the second half of life.
Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition presented to Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer signed by Congresswoman Barbara Lee on April 9, 2010.
City Council for the City of Oakland. California’s Resolution. “ A Resolution Commending Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer for providing medical services and education to women and medical centers in India and countries of Africa and Latin America for five years.”, March 16, 2010