Stenia and Aida, faces of a story that united Portugal and Mozambique against cancer oncology

Stenia Manuel Nhenheze and Aida Papane Dias are two beautiful Mozambican women who don’t know each other, but have a lot in common. The two – Stenia when she was only 25 and Aida when she was 49 – had breast cancer and at various times searched for answers at Maputo Central Hospital where they are still being persecuted today, now free from the cancer that has hurt them so badly. The two are part of a group of 262 Mozambican women diagnosed with breast cancer. The project brings together teams from Portugal and Mozambique with the “simple” goal of saving lives. A plan that deserves to be highlighted on World Cancer Day, which is celebrated this Thursday.