1. Endometriosis Wellness Program Training in Schools, Colleges, Universities and Youth groups.

Aim to shorten the diagnosis period of endometriosis in girls and young women (adolescents) through the #ENPOWR Endo Edukit program training on Endometriosis.

Goal: Ensure we conduct a minimum of 10 endometriosis wellness programs targeting adolescents on endometriosis per year.  

2. Endometriosis Wellness Program Training in Work places.

Wellness Program Training

This is training geared at sharing pertinent information about endometriosis wellness for work places, church groups, women’s chamas/groups, etc using the #ENPOWR Endo Edukit program training on Endometriosis Awareness.

Goal: Ensure we conduct a minimum of 3 endometriosis wellness program trainings per year. 

3. Research on Gynecological Visits Program

Promote a culture of early visitation to a gynecologist for adolescent girls who are already experiencing a lot of pain with their periods.

Goal: An increase of 10% annually in visitation by teens to gynecologists to seek out more information and diagnosis.

4. Women and Girls Support Program (WG Support Program)

Provide emotional support for women living with endometriosis in terms of providing a safe space and hosting discussion forums.

Goal: Encourage sharing learning experiences by women to other women on what works, what doesn’t and how to deal with uncommon issues. Evidenced by 80% of member participation in group online interactions per year, quarterly meetings and holding of 2 discussion forums per year.

5. Collaboration and Advocacy

We are a social advocacy organization conducting community awareness activities. We do this in support of the legal and natural rights of women living with endometriosis and other menstrual disorders as a means to achieving social justice.

In terms of collaboration, we collaborate with other stakeholders such as gynecologists, researchers, drug manufacturing companies, common interest organizations and government. We advocate for inclusion of menstrual disorders discourse in Adolescent Menstrual health education as well as an improved landscape on endometriosis awareness, diagnosis, treatment and management.

Goal: Engage in at least 3 collaborative or advocacy initiatives per year to ensure we ‘continue the conversation’.