Our mission is to increase endometriosis awareness, fund landmark research, provide advocacy and support for patients, and educate the public and medical community.
Founders: Padma Lakshmi, Tamer Seckin, MD
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The ENPOWR Project

Welcome to The ENPOWR™ (ENdometriosis: Promoting Outreach and Wide Recognition)

The ENPOWR™ Project is a school and community-based endometriosis education program that raises awareness and promotes treatment-seeking behavior through interactive lessons. It is the only school and community-based endometriosis education program in the United States. 

Who We Educate

We visit schools, summer camps, and community programs --wherever there's an opportunity -- to give an interactive presentation that explains what endometriosis is, how to recognize the symptoms early, and how to treat it. It empowers adolescents to take control of their health and seek out school nurses, parents, and doctors who can help them understand what's going on with their bodies.  


Why We Educate

To promote early diagnosis and treatment and improve the current ten-year average delay to diagnosis, ENPOWR targets teenagers aged 14 and above. We also educate school nurses, teachers, administrators, and parents through the program. 


How You Can Help

The best way to spread awareness is through education. Help us spread the word. Ask your school to host a presentation. Share information about Enpowr on your social media. Donate to support the Enpowr program. 


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Just $10 will provide critical endometriosis education materials for one student and their family, reducing delays in diagnosis.