The E.C.H.O. Project

The Endometriosis Campaign For Health and Outreach (E.C.H.O) Project


Endometriosis is a common yet often misunderstood condition that affects millions of women worldwide, including those in Ghana. The E.C.H.O Project is dedicated to raising awareness, providing support, and empowering women and communities affected by endometriosis.

Our Mission:

To improve understanding, early detection, and management of endometriosis through targeted awareness campaigns, education, and support services.

What We Do:

  1. Awareness Campaigns: Raising public awareness about endometriosis, its symptoms, and available treatment options through community outreach, educational workshops, and media campaigns.
  2. Educational Workshops: Providing women with essential information about endometriosis, its impact on reproductive health, and strategies for symptom management and support.
  3. Support Groups: Creating a supportive environment for women affected by endometriosis to share experiences, seek guidance, and access resources for coping with the condition.

Key Messages:

Early Detection Saves Lives: Recognizing the symptoms of endometriosis and seeking timely medical advice can lead to early diagnosis and improved outcomes.

You Are Not Alone: Endometriosis is a common condition, and there is a strong community of women and healthcare professionals ready to support and assist those affected.

Knowledge Is Power: Empowering women with accurate information about endometriosis enables them to make informed decisions about their health and well-being.


Raised awareness and understanding of endometriosis among 10,000+ community members.

60% increase in early detection and diagnosis of endometriosis cases.

Enhanced support and resources for women affected by endometriosis.

Get Involved:

Donate: Support our E.C.H.O Project and help us continue our vital work in raising awareness and supporting women affected by endometriosis.

Volunteer: Join our team of dedicated volunteers and contribute your time and skills to make a difference in the lives of women and communities.

Share Your Story: If you or someone you know has been affected by endometriosis, share your story to inspire others, raise awareness, and foster community support.