The TTEA is a member of the World Endometriosis Organisations. It is an affiliate of the World Endometriosis Society.
The WEO was established to address the significant global issues facing those with endometriosis and to improve health outcomes for girls and women around the world.
Each year the WEO will set a goal for its members to work towards in their respective countries. The goal for 2019 is to raise awareness among adolescents.
Click here to learn more about the WEO.
The TTEA is an affiliate of Endometriosis New Zealand [ENZ].
The ENZ has done pioneering work in the area of endometriosis and pelvic pain. It is internationally recognised and respected for its work, particularly its work with teenagers through the ME programme. ME stands for Menstrual Health and Endometriosis.
The ME programme has been internationally recognised as a successful mechanism to educate students on endometriosis.
To read more on the ME programme click here.