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SG EndoMarch 2023 - RECAP & REVIEW

It's been a long time coming, but I finally have a chance to write about it.



Endometriosis Awareness Month this past March was a truly memorable and inspiring experience. I feel privileged to work alongside such strong-willed and compassionate individuals who are willing to step outside their comfort zones to raise awareness. The events were made possible by the hard work of volunteers, from the ushers and speakers to the media personnel. I was moved by this dedicated group of people who made these events happen on such short notice. The success of these events is truly thanks to them.



I am grateful for the dedication of the volunteers who worked diligently to overcome the technical difficulties that arose during the main event. The participants were equally cooperative and understanding, providing motivation and support during this stressful period. This event serves as a remarkable example of the strength of collective empowerment, resulting in an unforgettable experience.



Fortunately, the Zoom talk was successful in live streaming, making it convenient for viewers to rewatch and review the content at their own pace. The recording of the talk can be accessed here:




Reflecting on Endometriosis Awareness Month this past March fills me with gratitude and inspiration. It was amazing to witness the dedication and compassion of those who worked tirelessly to raise awareness and organize events. The success of these events is a testament to the hard work and selflessness of the volunteers who made them possible. I feel privileged to have been a part of such a wonderful community of individuals who truly care about making a difference.



You can check out the photo collage by clicking on this link:



It's truly heartening to see the effort and thought put into this year's awareness month. I'm grateful for the attention and care given to this important cause. Let's continue to have meaningful conversations and spread awareness to help raise understanding of this condition.



Until we meet again for another sharing session, please take care🫶🏻


 

Namira Mohamad Marsudi

Founder

E for Endometriosis


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