Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales (FTWW)

Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales (FTWW)

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  • Health and well being / research and care

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National - Wales


Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales (FTWW) was formally constituted in 2016, becoming a registered charity in 2020, to address health inequalities experienced by women living in Wales. It provides support and information for women via electronic means and in-person. FTWW advocates, informs, educates, and raises awareness, conducts, and disseminates research and works with external agencies, such as Welsh Government, National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), professional bodies, and academics to improve women’s health and related services in Wales.

FTWW’s over-arching vision is a Wales where everybody’s right to good health and wellbeing is respected and fulfilled, with everyone able to access the healthcare they need, when they need it, and without barriers. To achieve this, the charity’s Mission is to eliminate health inequalities in Wales for women, girls and people assigned as female at birth. 


FTWW runs an online peer-support network, which is home to nearly 2000 members, and bi-monthly support and discussion group meetings. Around 8000 people follow FTWW's work across social media. The charity is co-chair of the Women's Health Wales Coalition, which in 2022 successfully influenced the Welsh Government to develop a Women's Health Plan.

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