Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to fight period poverty and promote menstrual equity in our community. We believe that access to menstrual products is a basic human right and that everyone should have the resources and support they need to manage their menstrual health with dignity.
Endo Warriors Aotearoa is a registered charity dedicated to supporting and empowering individuals with endometriosis, as well as fighting period poverty. Our mission is to promote menstrual equity in our community. We believe that access to menstrual products is a basic human right and that everyone should have the resources and support they need to manage their menstrual health with dignity as well as provide free period education in schools, support, and advocacy to those affected by endometriosis while promoting greater access to healthcare, information, and resources."
We work to raise awareness of period poverty and its impact on individuals and families in our community, and to provide access to menstrual products, education, and resources to those in need. We also advocate for policy changes that promote menstrual equity and support initiatives that address the root causes of period poverty, including economic inequality, social stigma, and lack of access to healthcare.
Through our programs and partnerships, we aim to empower individuals and communities to take action on menstrual health and promote greater understanding and awareness of period poverty. We believe that by working together, we can create a world where everyone has access to the resources and support they need to manage their menstrual health with dignity and to achieve their full potential.
Our Vision Statement
At Endo Warriors Aotearoa, our vision is a future where menstrual equity and dignity are universal. We aspire to build a society where every individual, regardless of their background, has unobstructed access to the resources, support, and education they need to manage their menstrual health with confidence and pride. We envision an Aotearoa where period poverty no longer exists, where economic inequalities, social stigmas, and healthcare disparities are mere relics of the past.
We see an Aotearoa in which schools are equipped with comprehensive period education, healthcare is accessible to all, and menstrual products are readily available to those in need. Our vision is one where the conversation around menstrual health is open, informed, and free of taboos. We seek to be catalysts for change, pushing for policy reforms that promote menstrual equity, and addressing the root causes of period poverty through advocacy, support, and education.
Through our unwavering commitment and strategic partnerships, we aim to empower individuals and communities to become advocates for menstrual health. We envision a society where people come together to raise awareness about the implications of period poverty and work collectively to eradicate it. By fostering understanding and cooperation, we believe we can create a world where every person can manage their menstrual health with dignity and realize their full potential. Our vision is a world free from the burdens of period poverty, where everyone's right to menstrual equity is upheld and celebrated.