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Rabies Educator Certificate
04 December 15
Canon EOS 100D
Dr. Eva Macugay sharing the importance of rabies awareness with her students.
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REC Graduate conducts rabies information campaign
“After knowing that rabies is a fatal yet preventable disease, I felt the burden and responsibility to share the things I learned from REC,” says Dr. Eva B. Macugay.
Dr. Macugay was one of the participants of the Rabies Educator Certificate (REC) program that was held last November 12-13, 2015 at Laoag City, Ilocos Norte.
She is a college professor at the Mariano Marcos State University – Laoag City, and teaches biology to Education students. After finishing the REC, she conducted an Anti-Rabies Campaign seminar with the help of her students last December 4, 2015. Basic information on rabies and how it can be prevented were the main topics discussed in the seminar. It was attended by 50 college students.
Since Education students conduct information campaigns as part of their school activity, they can include rabies awareness as one of their topics. With this, Dr. Macugay together with her students plans to conduct more anti-rabies campaigns, especially to their community.
Furthermore, she encourages her students and fellow professors to take REC because she believes that it is necessary to know about rabies prevention.