The WHO recommends that women ages 50-69 should have breast exams every three to five years, and among women in this age group, only 14% had one in the last five years.
According to the research, 91.1% of women reportedly had not had a breast cancer screening in the last five years. About 55.8% that had heard of mammogram, where only 18.1% had received a mammogram in the past three years.
A body of evidence suggests that screening can prevent and detect breast cancer, contributing to reduced mortality, particularly in highincome settings with strong health systems
Moreover, 92.4% of women reported never having been screened for cervical cancer.