https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxmFj3sRQbY Why not join in the groundswell in promoting Gynaecological awareness in your community to create better education and break down taboo’s and stigma’s through the International Gynaecological Awareness Day 10th September.
Kath Mazzella wants to help you be a change maker in your corner of the globe.
With over 10 awards, including the prestigious 2018 WA Senior Australian of the Year, WA Senior of the Year Award, Cancer Australia Gynaecological Cancers Award and an Order of Australia Medal, Kath has been campaigning for over two decades to create greater awareness of women's Gynaecological and Sexual Health and associated Mental Health challenges.
"Unless we share stories and speak more openly, women will continue to suffer in silence. We must remove this barrier, break the taboos and stigmas, so that women can receive the support and early intervention that will improve their quality of life and in some cases, even save their life!" says Mazzella.
Kath is motivated by her personal story of surviving a gynaecological cancer as well as the thousands of stories of women's suffering around the globe that have been shared with her over her many years of advocacy and awareness campaigning work.
Join Kath's International Gynaecological Awareness Day celebrations on 10 Sept by hosting an event in your corner of the globe!
How Kath is Working with the Community to Create Change
Working with Community Groups and Not for Profit organisations to create and deliver engaging and fun workshops that help men and women to start the conversation about their Gynaecological and Sexual Health and associated Mental Health challenges.
Creating relevant and informative workshops that help both men and women in the workplace to start the conversation about how Gynaecological and Sexual Health and associated Mental Health challenges can be better managed at work.
Advocating for women by contacting and forming partnerships with women's organisations to help to break down the stigmas and barriers associated with Gynaecological and Sexual Health and associated Mental Health conditions.
Advocating for Change
Speaking up and speaking out about women's Gynaecological and Sexual Health Awareness and associated Mental Health conditions and pressing society for greater acceptance and more support for women.
Lobbying the Government
Contacting relevant government agencies to start the conversation and get women's Gynaecological and Sexual Health and associated Mental Health conditions on the government agenda.
Engaging Educational Products
Creating engaging and creative books, PowerPoint presentations, workshops and visual aides, to help people to embrace the message of how important a woman's Gynaecological and Sexual Health and associated Mental Health are for the good of the community..
Advocating at the Royal College of Gynaecology, London
International Gynaecological Awareness Day celebration – progress
As a Gynaecological cancer survivor I am in awe of this wonderful art created at Melville Council – Iris Whitlock Art of Life Coaching 2019 after I presented about my GYN cancer experience. Indigenous Art Activity Collective Canvas by Gracie Comeagain. Great to see other councils supporting also. http://www.kathmazzella.com/2019/09/international-gynaecological-awareness-day-celebration-progress/
Great to see you support this event and learn more about the Vulva. Viva La Vulva. Knowledge is Power. click here to register.
What an opportunity to share my 25 years of lobbying for community Gynaecological health awareness. Cant say I wasn’t nervous to present to 1,000 women at this Soroptimist International convention however I cannot thank Robyn Cain and the President of Soroptimist International Anusha Santhirasthipam for believing in my work. This then led to an Undies […]
#VIVALAVULVA ………… A huge shout out to the organisers and Medical professionals to bring launch this day. As a survivor of a radical vulvectomy 25 years ago I am more than elated about this. I simply don’t want 1 more women to have to endure this without have the knowledge to protect themselves. www.issvd.org/event/vulvar-cancer-awareness-day […]
Kath is a Woman on a Mission!
I am driven by the desire to speak up for the millions of voiceless women, the ones who suffer in silence with Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovaries, Fibroids, GYN Cancers, Infertility, Prolapse Uterus, and so many more Gynaecological and Sexual Health conditions.
I am searching for CHANGE CHAMPIONS who you will join me in my campaign, by booking me to speak at community and corporate events, choosing to celebrate the International Gynaecological Awareness Day (IGAD) on 10 Sept or by attending one of my workshops.