Today Greater Scholars honored #DrAmeyoStellaAdadevoh. Each of their student houses is named after an important person in history. We were honored to take some time from our usual work to join them and have some fun in the unveiling of the #DRASA house! 👏🏾😎
#FutureDoctors #FutureLeaders #DRASALovesTheKids #DrAdadevoh #CelebratingHeroes #BraveryAndService #NelsonMandela #MotherTeresa #ChiomaAjunwa #MarySlessor #AmeyoAdadevoh #AmeyoStellaAdadevoh #Adadevoh #StellaAdadevoh ... See MoreSee Less
Most of us take clean water for granted but more than 63 million people in Nigeria live without access to safe water. And 1 in 3 healthcare facilities don't have access to water. We must do better! #CleanWaterSavesLives #CleanHandsSaveLives #WorldWaterDay #WorldWaterDay2018 ... See MoreSee Less
#LassaFever #outbreak update: 1495 suspected cases 376 confirmed cases 119 deaths from 19 Nigerian states. 17 healthcare workers affected. Click link to learn more on how to protect yourself & loved ones 👉🏽 bit.ly/drasalassa ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s the answer to last week’s #IDFridays trivia question: all of the above! Bumps on your skin could be caused by all 4 of these #infectiousdiseases. Learn more here 👉🏽 bit.ly/idfridays ... See MoreSee Less
DRASA protects society from infectious diseases and public health threats through education and training for outbreak preparedness and prevention, resource development and distribution, and advocacy for strong public health policies.
DRASA was established in memory of Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh, the doctor who correctly diagnosed and contained the first case of Ebola in Nigeria, preventing a major outbreak in Africa’s most populous nation.