25th Apr 2017 09:04:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Apr 25: District Vector Borne Disease Control Society, Yupia today observed World Malaria Day at, Aane Yache School, Nirjuli. Along with extempore speech students also demonstrated Skit play on themes—End malaria for Good and Swatch Bharat Abhiyan. District VBDCP Officer, Dr Tana Aruna, called upon the public to access for free government supplied diagnostic kits (RDKs) and anti-malarial drugs which are available in all government health facilities. He stressed on cleanliness ahead of the advent of the monsoon season to check water logging, the mainstay of high mosquito breeding site.

Itanagar Empowerment Association (IDEA) and Caritas India in collaboration with District Vector Borne disease Control program (DVBDCP) observed World malaria Day in Ayingmori under Nacho Circle on Tuesday with the theme “End Malaria for Good”. The nurses from the primary health center, Siyum also rendered their service for the event. The preventive and curative methods of malaria were highlighted through mass rally with placards and banner, signature campaigning, infotainment, and quiz competition. 


District Health Society (National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme and National Health Mission) observed World Malaria day throughout the district in a befitting manner with the Theme “End Malaria for Good”. At Nongtaw village under PHC Piyong, a special awareness campaign with social services was conducted by the NVBDCP staff and Youth in morning hours.

A public gathering was conducted where infotainment and a skit play on Malaria was performed by school students. Also, WMD was observed successfully in different CHCs, PHCs and Health Units of the district.

Kenter Joya Riba

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