WHO underscored the need to take action to address women’s right to health, including improving social and financial protection systems. An essential element of social protection is Universal Health Coverage (UHC), which is one of WHO’s top priority. Achieving UHC requires applying an intersectional gender lens to ensure that women and girls who are disproportionately disadvantaged are not left behind.”

“Digital innovation, technology and education have the potential to create a paradigm shift towards UHC, whether through addressing barriers to care, improving access to medicines or increasing women’s and girls’ engagement and participation in their own health. Medical innovations like self-administered contraceptive injections, self-sampling for HPV, telemedicine systems and harnessing social platforms like Viber and WhatsApp to disseminate health information were cited as positive uses of the digital revolution for the health of women and girls around the world.” ¹

WHO’s statement to the Commission – https://www.who.int/


Women’s health concludes a wide range of specialities and focus issues

Birth Control, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), and Gynecology

Sexual Health

Pregnancy and Childbirth

Benign Conditions Affecting Function of Female Reproductive Organs


Women and heart disease

Breast Cancer, Cervical & Ovarian Cancer, and Other Female Cancers


Menopause and Hormone Therapy


Gynecologic cancer is one of the major female diseases and is a group of cancers that affect the tissue and organs of the female reproductive system in worldwide. Types of gynecologic cancer include of:


Cervical cancer


Ovarian cancer


Vulvar cancer


Vaginal cancer


Uterine cancer

In fact, cervical cancer is the leading cause of gynecologic cancer in worldwide


More Than

New cervical cancer cases are diagnosed annually in worldwide

Rank As

Leading cause of female cancer in worldwide

Rank As

Most common female cancer in women aged 15 to 44 years in worldwide



Difficulty in accessing the clinics/hospitals for sampling


Emotional factors (e.g. denial, fear, embarrassment)


Don't have time and not a priority


Avoidance of male doctors


Ignore importance due to lack of education and knowledge


Inequality in health service distribution in rural areas


Ashamed to seek medical attention


Low perceived severity of symptoms


Low trust in doctors


Prior negative experiences


WPH in-house professionals and experts deliver solution, research and development which focus on improving the health of women and girls through own innovation, technology and education of novel “Do-It-Yourself” (DIY) self-sampling device with own patents featuring rising innovative design and method.

WPH’s DIY self-sampling device develop and distribute for women to collect their cervical cells sample for cervical cancer screening without go to hospitals or clinics. This can increase the cervical cancer screening coverage by facilitating the sample collection procedure and solve the barriers towards cervical screening among women in worldwide.

WPH’s DIY self-sampling device can benefit the women communities by improving early detection of cervical cancer, thus helping to reduce the prevalence of cervical cancer through increasing awareness, continuous monitoring, and reduce cost of treating as early detection can be 100% prevented.

Cervical cancer can be prevented through regular Pap smear screening with WPH’s DIY self-sampling device to identify pre-cancerous lesions before they progress into cervical cancer.

Many fear Pap Smear screening as they feel it is invasive and uncomfortable. They are also embarrassed to go for one. But if they were aware of how important it is for the prevention of cervical cancer, this may change.

National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM) President – Dr Saunthari Somasundaram


Research & Development

WPH research, develop and validate the “Do-It-Yourself (DIY)” novel self-sampling device with own patents featuring innovative design and method for cervical cancer screening


Introduction of Innovative Solutions

WPH introduces an alternative method by using own DIY self-sampling device for early screening of cervical cancer to women in worldwide.

Health Campaign 

WPH initiates health campaigns for promoting and educating women to gain awareness of women’s health in worldwide toward the importance of early screening of cancer. Exclusive criteria for women included virgin, pregnant, and in menstruation phase.


How Does It Work 

1. End User

Target women include virgin, pregnant and in menstruation phase


2. Purchase

Purchase WPH’s DIY Self-Sampling Device

3. Conduct Self Sampling 

End user to be instructed on the procedure of sampling and perform the test by themselves (squatting or lithotomy position)

4. Mail Sample to WPH Lab

Insert sample and request form into packaging. Seal tight and mail to WPH lab

5. WPH Lab Processes Test Results

WPH lab processes the sample for Cytological Examination and Human Papillomavirus (HPV) detection

Customer Approved

Trusted By Valuable Customers

Due to avoidance of health data to public, all testimonials with real names which have been granted permissions from our customers but only first names are shown.

This device is easy to use for cervical sampling. It is trully eliminate my worry of painful that I have bad experience before this. The whole process of my self sampling is easy, fast and no painful compared to general sampling did by the physicians in hospital and clinic. TQ.
Zahrah F******

End User

Thank you for creating this outstanding self sampling kit. It saves my life from my regular self sampling for cervical test to identify pre-cancerous lesions before develope into cervical cancer. Thank you so much!
Madeline H*****

End User

I understand as a women need to take regular cervical screening. However, I have two times of terrible and painful experiences in hospital and clinic 10 years ago that make me reluctant to proceed the screening again until I found this user friendly self sampling product because of my health problems. I can take the sampling by myself easily and promptly without pain and embarrassment. Indeed,  the company WPH is really helpful of giving constructive consultation. It really helps me to take early treatment before to serious cervical cancer. Thank you to WPH and this 5 star product.

Chin W*** Y**

End User

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