Update! We are happy to report a decline in the #LassaFever #outbreak: 698 suspected cases 182 lab-confirmed cases 53 deaths from 28 states Stay vigilant and #protectyourself #NgHlth ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know that only 23% of Nigerian children have received all recommended vaccines? Appalling! 😞 This week is #WorldImmunizationWeek. Immunization keeps us protected against #infectiousdiseases & health threats 🙂 #VaccinesWork #VaccinesSaveLives #PreparednessIsKey ... 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.