As part of the study planning, the study team conducted a series of focus group interviews (group interviews) with diverse stakeholders in the target community (i.e., community leaders and advocates, women living with HIV, clinicians, linkage workers, and outreach coordinators). One of the strong recommendations from the focus group participants was that the study intervention include an “intergenerational” education component in addressing cervical cancer prevention among women living with HIV. The focus group findings were shared and discussed at the study investigators meeting in December and then again, at the community advisory committee meeting on December 17, 2015. Based on relevant discussions and brainstorming of ideas, the team decided that we develop a mobile app for study participants (moms) to use when talking to their kids (boys and girls) about cervical cancer prevention—HPV (human papillomavirus). It is because of the role of HPV in causing most cervical cancers.