KATHMANDU: Government officials are worried over the outbreak of dengue. Director of Epidemiology and Disease Control Division Dr. Vivek Kumar tells Lal. The number of dengue-infected people has risen to about 100.
Dengue infection is more common in areas where drinking water is scarce. Water is collected in the pot, but it is not covered. There is no proper management of waste. In the frozen waters of the streets, old tires, rugs, and kulars are swollen with flowers. They have spread the disease through mosquito bites. According to the Disease Control Division, the residents of Dengue provinces 1 and 2 have been harassed.
The government has spent nearly 200 million dollars in two years to launch a campaign to find and destroy mosquitoes and larvae. The result has not been relatively satisfactory. ‘Now behavioral change is needed,’ said the director. Says red. He said that the disease could not be brought under control due to the role of the government along with the local residents for the prevention of dengue in urban areas.
Efforts by the local, regional and federal governments to destroy the mosquito habitat have been ineffective. The Department of Health said there was a lack of antimologist to keep track of pesticides. Director General of the department Dr. According to Sushil Nath Pyakurel, the challenge of controlling the disease has been added due to the failure of government to improve the four aspects. He acknowledges that skilled manpower cannot be managed.
“In the past day, the directive of the health post was directed immediately,” he said, adding that the state and local government should now be called upon to use the staff. There is no provision of resources. ‘The bullet is in the local body. The gun is in the province. The soldiers are in the Union ‘, he says,’ there is no synergy between the three levels. ‘
According to him, information from all three levels of government bodies could not be started from the beginning. He says information management has not been effective. There was no financial management. ‘No communication without information. Without communication there can be no coordination, “he says. Without cooperation, there is no commitment to control the disease. ”He says the focus will be on environmental hygiene and disease control if the concern body is operational! Source: Annapurna Post
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