Global Education Partners

Women in Gujarat, India learn about breast cancer symptoms with the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. The education initiative was run by Jayshri Rami of eksangh.org. Image courtesy Jayshri Rami.

Women in Gujarat, India learn about breast cancer symptoms with the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. The education initiative was run by Jayshri Rami of eksangh.org. Image courtesy Jayshri Rami.

Nelly teaches women in rural Honduras the symptoms of breast cancer using the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. Education mission run by Dartmouth-Hitchcock cancer center in 2014. Image c

Nelly teaches women in rural Honduras the symptoms of breast cancer using the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. Education mission run by Dartmouth-Hitchcock cancer center in 2014. Image c

Kiei Miyagami with the charity Run for the Cure Japan, teaches women in a corporate health seminar using the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. Image courtesy Kiei Miyagami.

Kiei Miyagami with the charity Run for the Cure Japan, teaches women in a corporate health seminar using the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. Image courtesy Kiei Miyagami.

The Samoa Cancer Society used the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer to teach women the symptoms of breast cancer. "As Samoa does not have a mammogram program and many people live in rural settings, it is so important to teach women how to check their breast properly, what new changes to look for and get them to take charge of their health." —Catherine Zahrai, Samoa Cancer Society Image courtesy: Catherine Zahrai

The Samoa Cancer Society used the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer to teach women the symptoms of breast cancer. "As Samoa does not have a mammogram program and many people live in rural settings, it is so important to teach women how to check their breast properly, what new changes to look for and get them to take charge of their health." —Catherine Zahrai, Samoa Cancer Society Image courtesy: Catherine Zahrai

Loryne Atoui with One Wig Stand in Lebanon uses the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer to educate Syrian refugees in 2016. Image courtesy Loryne Atoui.

Loryne Atoui with One Wig Stand in Lebanon uses the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer to educate Syrian refugees in 2016. Image courtesy Loryne Atoui.

Women in a hospital in Myanmar looking at the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. “The poster is very effective for those who visit the hospital. I think we need to have media like this for more and more people to be aware that we can do screening for breast cancer. This way we can at least decrease some late stage diseases in the country especially since we have limited access to radiation and certain chemotherapy medications.” —Oncologist Ayemoe Thu Ma. Image courtesy Ayemoe Thu Ma.

Women in a hospital in Myanmar looking at the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. “The poster is very effective for those who visit the hospital. I think we need to have media like this for more and more people to be aware that we can do screening for breast cancer. This way we can at least decrease some late stage diseases in the country especially since we have limited access to radiation and certain chemotherapy medications.” —Oncologist Ayemoe Thu Ma. Image courtesy Ayemoe Thu Ma.

Kanserli Dans Charity with KETEM (Turkish government Cancer Early Diagnosis Screening and Training Centers) equivalent of CDC in Turkey, used the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer to educate 40,000 women. Image courtesy Ebru Tontas of charity Kanserle Dans.

Kanserli Dans Charity with KETEM (Turkish government Cancer Early Diagnosis Screening and Training Centers) equivalent of CDC in Turkey, used the #KnowYourLemons materials created by Worldwide Breast Cancer to educate 40,000 women. Image courtesy Ebru Tontas of charity Kanserle Dans.

Actress Toni Collette in the film "Miss You Already" points to an animation about chemotherapy created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. The charity was contacted for it's striking visuals and commissioned to create this for the film. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSlUd72txK8&feature=youtu.be

Actress Toni Collette in the film "Miss You Already" points to an animation about chemotherapy created by Worldwide Breast Cancer. The charity was contacted for it's striking visuals and commissioned to create this for the film. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSlUd72txK8&feature=youtu.be