FTWW: Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales

Welcome To Our Site

FTWW is a proactive, patient-led organisation set-up for women and girls living in Wales who need practical advice, help and support dealing with their local health services and accessing optimum care. Originally created to assist patients with Endometriosis, we have a unique understanding of the challenges of living with this disease in Wales and have campaigned accordingly. We now know that girls and women with other neglected conditions face similar struggles. We are here for them too.

Visit Our Support Group

Visit our FTWW Closed Group on Facebook! It is a friendly, supportive place, and is open to all girls and women living in Wales who want practical help and advice on their issues, treatment, and accessing best healthcare.

Find Out More

Please have a look at our 'About Us' & "Our Mission" sections to read more about FTWW, our aims, objectives, why we created the organisation, and what we're doing to help all women in Wales with their health concerns.

Get In Touch

Visit the contact page to get in touch with us with any questions or comments.

You can also join our Facebook group to discuss endometriosis and health-services in your area with other members. We are very active on Twitter - @FTWW_Wales and can be contacted by messaging us there too!

Latest News

  • WHEE 4 Wales Event Report

    FTWW is delighted to present its post-event REPORT, complete with headlines, links, photos and a short film from our October 23rd, 2019, Women’s Health Equality Event, at Llandudno Junction – the WHEE4Wales. 
    For those who were unable to attend in person, […]

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  • Highly Commended at the Welsh Charity Awards!

    FTWW was delighted to be awarded runners-up / highly commended, at the recent Welsh Charity Awards. Being a small organisation run by volunteers, up against some incredible competition, we’re truly thrilled!

    Huge congratulations to the winners Diabetes UK Cymru, and to the Homeless World […]

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  • Can Anybody Hear Us?

    The last couple of months have marked a really significant turning point for endometriosis patients across the UK. October 17th, 2019 was the day on which the BBC finally publicised the results of a survey it had conducted into the […]

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