MWAN Edo distributes notebooks and Xmas gifts to kids & paraplegics

12 Dec 2020 Uncategorized

MWAN Edo in the spirit of Christmas distributed Mwan Edo notebooks and Xmas gifts to kids & paraplegics in over 10 Orphanages in a program organised by Joyous Foundation where 10 persons were given awards of recognition for selfless & Humanitarian services in Edo state on Dec 12th 2020.

Our President Dr Adesuwa Urhoghide-Edigin was one of the awardees.

Congratulations to our President.

Congratulations to us all.

MWAN Edo at ARD UBTH AGM Dinner/Awards 2020

This event was attended by MWAN Edo, December 5th, 2020. MWAN Edo celebrates her President on her Special Recognition Award at the ARD UBTH awards and dinner ceremony.

Present at the ceremony were the President, Dr Adesuwa Uroghide-Edigin, the PRO 1, Dr Julia Maduemezia and several MWAN Edo members.

MWAN Edo congratulates the outgoing ARD UBTH exco for a job well done. We also congratulate the incoming ARD UBTH exco and wish them a successful tenure.

Mwan Edo officially adopts Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital for Nationals WORTHI Project

Mwan Edo officially adopts Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital for Nationals WORTHI Project.

Present representing the CMD is Dr Peter Akhideno (DCMAC ISTH), Dr Mojeed Momoh (Chairman SOGON).

Also present Dr Isoken Aikpokpo (Mwan Edo Asst Sec), Dr Pauline Eromon (Coordinator for Irrua) ,Dr Hilda Iyen-Omoregbee (NMA Fin sec), Dr Hey Ugbeni(SIG Coordinator), Dr Irene Akhideno, other MWAN members and other Staff of the O&G Department ISTH

MWAN EDO Commemorates Global Hand Washing Day and Dental Hygiene Day in 15 schools

15 Oct 2020 Uncategorized

LIST OF SCHOOLS VISITED

1) Idowina college – 8am

Dr Money

Dr Osasu

Dr Homa

2) Adesuwa Primary school on Dawson – 7.50am

Dr Nkemdilim,

Dr Ivie

Dr Chioma

Dr Collette

3) Ebenezer Public school- 8am

Dr Adesuwa Urhoghide-Edigin

Dr Adesuwa Anikoh,

Dr Adesuwa Aletor

Dr Osarogue Omoriodion

4) Sacred hearts -7.45am

Dr Jules

Dr Elohor

5) Uniben Staff sec school 8am

Dr Nneka

Dr Theresa,

Dr Bridget,

Dr Esosa

6) Ebenezer Private School 8am

Dr Adesuwa Urhoghide-Edigin

Dr Adesuwa Aletor

Dr Adesuwa Anikoh

Dr Osarogue Omoriodion

7) Kings heritage college 8am

Dr Rebecca

Dr Amaka

8) Gabus Academy

Dr Seremi

Dr Okerelu

9) UPSS on Siluko 8am

Dr Onose

Dr Asia

Dr Gore

10) Calvary crown 10am

Dr Julie Omo

Dr Joan

11) S & T army day primary school 8am

Dr Ifeoma,

Dr Lilian

Dr Juliet

12) Federal staff pri school 8am

Dr Jennifer,

Dr Chisom

13) Adolor college -8am

Dr Chioma,

Dr jumoke

14) UBth school 8.30am

Dr Tuoyo

Dr Tobe

Esther

#MWANEDO

#EdoNDA

#PinkTreeFoundation                       

A Number of Mwan Edo members who participated: 35

Number of students: Over 1500 students

Women Group Advocates Regular Hand washing to Check Spread Of Diseases

15 Oct 2020 Uncategorized

Women Group Advocates Regular Hand washing to Check Spread Of Diseases                                

The Edo State Chapter of the Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN) has stressed the need for regular washing of hands in order to check the spread of Coronavirus.

Dr Adesuwa Urhoghide-Edigin, the state President of MWAN, disclosed this in a statement issued in Benin City, the Edo State capital, on Thursday, October 15, 2020. “This year’s Global Hand Washing Day is very important, following the Covid-19 pandemic stunning the world. “We were in over 15 schools today to educate the students on the best techniques to use in washing hands. “Hand-washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick or contacting COVID-19 and it can keep you healthy.

“Germs and viruses can easily be contacted from other people or surfaces when you touch your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.” Urhoghide-Edigin said it can also spread through blowing of nose, coughing or sneezing into hands and then touch other people’s hands or common objects. “You can help yourself and your loved ones to stay healthy by washing your hands often, especially during these key times when you are likely to get and spread germs.”

She said washing of hands with soap and water is the best way to get rid of germs and viruses. She emphasised that washing of hands has come to stay and must be part of our way of life even in post COVID-19.

MWAN Edo celebrates World Sight Day

World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment.

This year’s World Sight Day, October 8, 2020 has the theme; *Hope in Sight.*

To celebrate this event, MWAN Edo in partnership with Ophthalmological Society of Nigeria, Edo state chapter focused on creating an increase in awareness in Primary Eye care at Primary Health Care level with attention particularly focused on blindness and vision impairment in children.

The event took place at Oredo Primary Health Center. Emphasis was laid on early detection being key to prevention and successful treatment of the 6 common blinding eye diseases in children.

In keeping with the theme, Hope in Sight, MWAN Edo and Ophthalmological Society of Nigeria Edo state chapter donated educational posters to the Executive Secretary, Edo State Primary Health Care Agency ably represented by Dr Stanley Ehiarwian (Director PHCA) to be duly pasted in all 505 PHCs in Edo state.

Mwan Edo members present to commemorate World Sight day with Prime Opticals and our Past President Dr. Valenna Ideh. Others present Dr Adesuwa Urghoghide Edigin President, Dr. Nkemdilim Okonji Sec, Prof Uhumwangho and Dr Akpata.

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