On Monday 16th November Martin Dawes will be in talking with A level geography students about their Pollution and Human Health at Risk unit.
Martin is a well known BBC News Correspondent and UN representative, who now works in London with a network of organisations in the aid sector dedicated to reform. The reform is to try to make sure there is full two way communication with disaster affected communities as this makes them stronger and creates more effective responses.
Ebola was a case where this lesson had again to be learned – but paid dividends.
This is an incredible opportunity for the students to engage a professional who has first hand experience of the impact of Ebola on the demographics and infrastructure of West Africa.