Who We Are

Endo Warriors Aotearoa is an organisation aimed at promoting education about endometriosis, Adenomyosis and periods, breaking the stigma around periods, providing free period products to anyone in need, and spreading awareness about Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Polycystic ovary syndrome. 


We provide support to all with Mate kirikōpū/Endometriosis (Endo), Adenomyosis (Adno), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) regardless of age, sex or where you at in your journey.  We advocate for all and help spread awareness for Endo/Adno/ Pcos Warriors. We are also working very hard in advocacy for better education around Menstruation, supporting all genders who menstruate and fighting to help end period poverty in our community, we believe no one should have to budget to bleed. 


With your help we’re committed to creating an Aotearoa where:

Significant steps are taken to educate people about Mate kirikōpū/Endometriosis (Endo), Adenomyosis (Adno), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and period poverty.

To advocate for a better health system for people with these illnesses, and fight for those struggling to afford items for their period here in Aotearoa.

To help those with Mate kirikōpū/Endometriosis (Endo), Adenomyosis (Adno), and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)  to know they are not alone and to feel empowered to advocate for funding for a better health care system and educational workshops

Our Goals


Period Poverty

EWA's goal of reducing period inequity in our community (this encompasses the cities and suburbs of Wellington (Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western) as well as the Wairarapa area).  EWA's goal is to of reducing period inequity in our community with the strategic intent of having single-use period baskets in venues across our community and gifting 8000 people in our community free reusable period items by the mid-2023 and continue to offer koha period education in our schools and community.


Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

EWA's goal is to advocate for those with these illnesses & offer support to them and their whanau. We aim to do this by providing free educational workshops to employers, families and schools on how they can support those with these illnesses. We are working hard to get more attention & funding for these illnesses and get a better understanding of how we can work to improve the treatment of those with these illnesses.  Here are some of our workshops we aim to provide the following workshops in 2023:

  • Pain management workshop

  • Exercise and chronic pain workshop

  • Mindfulness-Based Self-care & Self-love Workshops

  • School/Work Education Workshop on how to support those that have Mate kirikōpū/Endometriosis (Endo), Adenomyosis (Adno), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

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