In Ecuador, cervico-uterine cancer is one of the main causes of mortality, most frequently at ages around 35 and up, because; to avoid its progression, it imposes the knowledge of its main symptoms and the development of studies that assure an early diagnosis. The objective is part of the preparation of an educational plan for prevention and treatment that contributes to the improvement of the quality of care of women who work in the medical center of the BILBOSA packinghouse. Within the scientific methods: it is applied under a descriptive, transversal study, with a method of diagnostic evaluation, the technique that was applied through a survey, interview, several workshops to train on the importance and the consequence that is presented as cervical uterine examination is not performed annually. Aimed at 150 workers, comprising ages between 18 to 35 years and over. Among the results, it is worth noting that there was no cervical cancer prevention program in the medical department of BILBO SA, located at kilometer 5 ½ via Manta-Montecristi, the workers had not had Papanicolaou shots, showing lack of knowledge about the risk factors and the importance of this test. Conclusions. The findings highlight the timely screening program for cervical cancer, which included a set of prevention standards and updating of the health center's medical team.