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Kami berhasrat untuk menjadikan pemeriksaan serviks lebih diterima dan lebih mudah diakses kepada wanita.

Program ROSE menggunakan pendekatan revolusioner untuk pemeriksaan serviks dengan:

Membolehkan pensampelan sendiri oleh wanita, berbanding pemeriksaan pelvik oleh pakar perubatan.

Ujian HPV, berbanding ujian diagnostik pap smear untuk sel-sel yang tidak normal.

Menggunakan platform e-kesihatan digital yang selamat dan membolehkan wanita untuk mendapatkan semua susulan mereka melalui telefon bimbit.

Program ROSE direka khusus untuk wanita Malaysia.
Pendekatan berasaskan bukti ini dapat menyelamatkan nyawa dan mampu melindungi wanita dan keluarga dari penderitaan dan kekangan kewangan yang berhubung kait dengan kanser serviks.

ROSE SECARA RINGKAS

Yayasan ROSE telah dilancarkan pada tahun 2019 sebagai sebuah syarikat yang dijamin sebagai asas kebajikan di Malaysia dan adalah usaha sama antara Universiti Malaya dan Yayasan VCS Ltd (VCS, dahulunya Victorian Cytology Service Inc.), Australia. Yayasan ROSE juga mengendalikan Makmal ROSE untuk menyediakan perkhidmatan saringan serviks menggunakan ujian HPV.

Yayasan ROSE telah menetapkan matlamat bercita-cita tinggi untuk menjadikan Malaysia sebagai antara negara pertama di rantau Asia Tenggara yang bebas daripada kanser serviks. Untuk mencapai matlamat ini, Program ROSE (Removing Obstacles to cervical ScrEening) telah ditubuhkan di bawah Yayasan ROSE dan telah dilancarkan pada 14 Januari 2019 oleh Timbalan Perdana Menteri dan Menteri Wanita dan Keluarga Malaysia, Dato’ Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat dengan Kementerian Kesihatan juga bergerak ke arah membanteras kanser serviks di Malaysia, dan Program ROSE memainkan peranan yang penting dalam mempercepatkan proses tersebut.

Program ROSE bermula sebagai Projek Pilot ROSE, sebuah projek penyelidikan yang diketuai oleh Universiti Malaya. Tujuan projek pilot ini adalah bertujuan untuk menilai kebolehterimaan, kebolehlaksanaan dan jangkauan strategi saringan serviks yang menggunakan pensampelan diri dalam penetapan penjagaan utama, ujian HPV (Human Papillomavirus) dan susulan wanita yang dikesan positif di hospital tertiari di Malaysia.

Berbanding pap smear konvensional yang dijalankan oleh pakar perubatan yang melibatkan pemeriksaan pelvik, Program ROSE menawarkan wanita pilihan menggunakan swab diri: pendekatan cepat, mudah dan berkesan untuk membolehkan ujian molekul dilakukan diikuti oleh penghantaran keputusan terus ke telefon bimbit wanita.

ACARA AKAN DATANG

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Bersempena dengan Hari Kesihatan Sedunia, Yayasan ROSE dan Etiqa dengan sukacitanya menjemput anda untuk meraikan kejayaan Program Saringan Servik Percuma yang ditaja oleh pihak Etiqa. Tema bagi acara ini adalah ‘Membangunkan Dunia yang Lebih Adil dan Lebih Sihat.’
 

Tarikh: Selasa, 6hb April 2021

Masa: 2.30 - 4:00 petang

Pautan ke acara siaran langsung: https://www.facebook.com/ProgramROSE


Sebuah forum yang bertajuk ‘Frontliners Uniting Against Cervical Cancer’ yang menampilkan penceramah utama akan mengikuti pelancaran tersebut.

PENGUMUMAN

[Kuala Lumpur, 18 November 2020] ROSE Foundation is very pleased to announce that it has recently been awarded a Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD) International Neighbour of Choice (INOC) grant. The INOC grant is MSD’s charitable program designed to support outstanding work by non-profit organizations whose mission is to improve the quality of life of people and the environment in communities

 

ROSE FOUNDATION was established in 2019 as a company limited by guarantee and as a charitable foundation in Malaysia. It is a joint venture between the University of Malaya and VCS Foundation (VCS, formerly the Victorian Cytology Service Inc.), Australia. ROSE Foundation also runs the ROSE Laboratory to provide a centralized cervical screening service using HPV testing. It executes Program ROSE as an innovative cervical screening strategy developed in Malaysia in collaboration with VCS Foundation using the principles of design thinking. It focuses on making cervical cancer screening more acceptable and accessible to Malaysian women. 

 

The program encourages women of eligible age to perform self-sampling, a process where women use a Copan Floqswab to collect their own sample from the vagina (not cervix) thus replacing the conventional Pap smear with HPV (Human Papillomavirus) DNA testing. In addition, by incorporating a secure digital e-health platform, women are empowered to register and have all their follow ups communicated via a mobile phone.

 

Since the launch of ROSE Foundation in July 2019, over 7000 women have benefited from the program and recently, more parties have begun to express their interest to contribute to the Foundation’s cause. Hence, winning this grant opened the door to new opportunities and enabled the Foundation to move a step closer towards achieving its ambition. 

 

As the world focuses on the COVID-19 pandemic and re-prioritising health care resources from non-communicable diseases to communicable disease, it is time for the health care system to transform and adopt new practices to improve health outcomes. Self-care interventions is a powerful tool for women empowerment and frontliners play a crucial role in the execution of this practice.  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the scope of self-care interventions includes health promotion and disease prevention. It is a promising approach in placing women at the centre of healthcare, at the same time ensuring the accountability of the health care system. 

 

Therefore, ROSE Foundation came up with a campaign targeting the frontliners in Malaysia as we believe that they are the key personnel to accelerate the integration of self care for sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR), with an emphasis on cervical cancer prevention. This is with the aim of frontliners taking charge of their own SRHR and ultimately sensitizing the community they interact with on SRHR.

 

“We want all women in Malaysia to know about cervical cancer and to know it’s preventable. They must be informed about how this cancer can be prevented and where to go for help. We want our community to be knowledgeable and support girls and women in prevention initiatives including vaccination and screening programs to prevent cervical cancer,” said Prof. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, the chair of ROSE Foundation.

 

The grant will be used to enhance the public awareness on cervical cancer through various physical and digital platforms in the hope that more women are well-informed of Program ROSE and eventually benefit from it.

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(Removing Obstacles to cervical ScrEening)

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