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A Global Feast for a Vital Cause: Stonehill's Food Fest Fights Cervical Cancer

We are incredibly grateful to the students, staff, and parents of Stonehill International School in Bangalore. Their recent international food fest was not only a delicious celebration of cultures but also a powerful act of generosity. Parents from around the globe showcased their culinary talents, offering dishes from Egypt, Japan, the USA, China, India, and beyond. This vibrant event raised an impressive Rupees 2,50,000 to support our upcoming HPV vaccination drive in South India!



Why HPV Vaccination Matters

Cervical cancer is a preventable disease, yet it remains a significant health threat for women worldwide. The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a leading cause of cervical cancer. HPV vaccines offer safe and effective protection against this virus, significantly reducing the risk of developing this cancer.'


By providing HPV vaccinations to young girls in South India, we are investing in their health and futures. This initiative aligns with our commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged children in India.



Thank You, Stonehill!

The Stonehill International School community has demonstrated that global collaboration and compassion can make a tangible difference. With their enthusiastic support, we are one step closer to protecting countless girls from cervical cancer. We are truly humbled by their dedication to this important cause.


Learn More

To discover more about our work and how you can support our mission, please visit our website. Learn about our past work preventing cervical cancer among children by clicking here. Together, we can create a healthier future for children in India.

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