Lets Fight Endometriosis event on March 28th, 2020 at Moxy Minneapolis

The Iconic dress by Nubi collection support to
 end endometriosis
Lets Fight Endometriosis was founded by Fatou Jome in 2019. She started this organization based on personal experience fighting endometriosis. Later on, she discovered that there are a lot of women like her who need support and education to overcome this disease. Her passion led her to start a fundraising program to support women in The Gambia living with this disease.

The Let’s Fight Endo Campaign is an organization set up to help fight the stigmatization of people living with endometriosis. It aims to educate the public about endometriosis symptoms and treatment, and how victims can live a comfortable life. 

In a bid to further educate and inform our target audience on the dangers of the disease. #LetsFightEndo is organizing a Fundraising awareness program event on March 28th, 2020. All proceeds go toward helping African women in The Gambia in West Africa who are suffering from endometriosis. 

The event will bring women from different generations to share their experiences and the negative impact of endometriosis. These women will be encouraged to share their stories, the difficulties of conception, and providing the right support for women in The Gambia. The host will encourage them to share their socio-cultural and religious impact of living with the disease every day.

This event is sponsored by Black Bloggers and Creatives, Moxy Minneapolis Downtown, The Model Social by Jeliah, & Y & I Events

Event Detail
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Date : March 28, 2020 | Time: 6PM-8PM
Moxy Minneapolis Downtown
247 Chicago Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Fatou Jome | Email: fjtuta@gmail.com 
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