ANPA celebrated its 25th anniversary at the recent 2019 Annual Scientific Convention and Assembly at the Capital Hilton, Washington DC. It started with a welcome reception at the Smithsonian African Art Museum. […]
The inaugural distinguished Professor Ajovi Scott-Emuakpor lecture was delivered by Hauwa Ibrahim, JD, SJD, ML. President The Peace Institute, Sudbury, American University Washington College of Law.
The keynote address at the recent ANPA convention was given by Chimamanda Adichie: Doctors As Storytellers.
The ANPA 25th anniversary Convention started with an opening reception party organized by the local organizing committee (ANPA Washington DC).Thanks to the Chair of the association Aham Onyike and his able executive committee for organizing such a wonderful reception at the Smithsonian African Art Museum. It included dinner, open bar, live jazz, magic show and […]
I guess some things are meant to be- I joined ANPA when we moved to Charlotte after residency. The local Carolina Chapter was active and I enjoyed the meetings. On invitation, I attended the UNN alumni meeting at the ANPA convention – Tennessee Gaylord Hotel 2004 where I met Charmaine. Next thing I knew she […]
ANPA AT 25! Dr. Acho Emeruwa and I met at the ACOG (American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists) convention. He intimated that there were many Nigerian physicians in the Americas and suggested that an organization be formed to help promote a healthier Nigeria and be a social network for Nigerian physicians in the Americas. Several […]
Looking Ahead: while reflecting on the past, present and utilizing the power of words and relationship building: I will start by congratulating the first female president of ANPA, Dr. Charmain Emelife, its executive members, all the ANPA Chapter chairs, their executive members, all ANPA members, and their families, on this 25th anniversary of the Association. […]
One of the founding members of ANPA. ANPA is the brain wave of one great Howardite – Dr. Iheanacho Emeruwa, supported by Dr. Dapo Popoola, Drs. Kpaduwa, Dr. Yinka Shoroye, Dr. Salako (rest in peace) and others. Unfortunately, we lost Dr. Shoroye on this ANPA journey. My good wishes remain with him. It was early […]
Writer and author Chika Unigwe, also a prominent voice against the sex trafficking of African women, is FEATURED SPEAKER on Day 2 of ANPA’s 25th Anniversary Convention and Scientific Assembly. Her presentation titled “Sex trafficking and sex workers in the African Diaspora: Violence, Mental Health, and Other Ills” is scheduled for Friday at 9.30 am […]