Julia Kramer and Maria Young been working to establish a sustainable training program called “Visualize” for midwives in Ghana. At Michigan, they developed the first few prototypes of a VIA training simulator based on design requirements they developed during the clinical immersion experience with the GHDI. At Berkeley, Julia teamed up with fellow Mechanical Engineering and Haas School of Business students to develop the midwife VIA training concept. The Visualize team plans to use various media—television, radio, billboards—to market the availability of midwives for cervical cancer screenings. In addition, the team is collaborating with the Ghana Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Services to vet and publicize its efforts.