Dengue in Brazil and in Singapore

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Project done with 9th graders in a school in Rio de Janeiro

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  • 1. What is this? Where can you find it?What disease does it cause?
  • 2. DENGUE FEVER PROFA APARECIDA
  • 3. WHAT DO YOU KNOWABOUT DENGUE FEVER?Where are the highest number of cases? • In Brazil? • In the world?• What characteristics do these places have in common?• What should you do to prevent it?
  • 4. WHICH ARE THE 5 BRAZILIAN STATES WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF CASES? 1. RIO DE JANEIRO (165.787 cases in 2011) 2. SÃO PAULO 3. MINAS GERAIS 4. AMAZONAS 5. CEARÁSource:http://portal.saude.gov.br/portal/arquivos/pdf/dengue_classica_90_11_10_02_12.pdf
  • 5. WHICH OTHER COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD ARE FIGHTING THIS PROBLEM?
  • 6. What do these countries have incommon? (they’re tropical countries)
  • 7. This banner was published by a country fightingagainst the dengue fever. Which country is it? It’s a very small country in south-east Asia.
  • 8. SINGAPORE
  • 9. What is the meaning of the message in the banner?
  • 10. What are the people fromSingapore doing in the fightagainst the Aedes aegypti mosquito?
  • 11. SOME BILLBOARDS IN SINGAPORE:
  • 12. VIDEOShttp://www.dengue.gov.sg/subject.asp?id=53
  • 13. VIDEOS http://www.dengue.gov.sg/subject.asp?id=53
  • 14. THE SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT’SRECOMMENDATIONS:
  • 15. At all times:• Turn pails and watering cans over and store them under shelter.• Remove water in plant pot plates. Clean and scrub the plate thoroughly to remove mosquito eggs. Avoid the use of plant pot plates, if possible.• Loosen soil from potted plants to prevent the accumulation of stagnant water on the surface of the hardened soil.• Avoid placing potted plants and other paraphernalia over the drains.• Cover rarely used gully traps. Replace the gully trap with non-perforated ones and install anti-mosquito valves.• Cover bamboo pole holders after use. Rainwater can potentially accumulate in these bamboo pole holders if they are uncovered and create a habitat.• No tray or receptacles should be placed beneath and or/ on top of any air- conditioning unit so as not to create a condition favorable for mosquito breeding.
  • 16. Every other day:• Change water in flower vases. Clean and scrub the inner sides of vases. Wash roots of flowers and plants thoroughly as mosquito eggs can stick to them easily.Once a week:• Clear fallen leaves and stagnant water in your scupper drains and garden. These leaves could collect water or cause blockages to the drains, thus resulting in the buildup of stagnant water.• Clear any stagnant water in your air cooler unit.Once a month:• Add prescribed amounts of sand granular insecticide into vases, gully traps and roof gutters, even if they are dry. Please click here for the list of retailers who carry sand granular insecticides in their stores.• Clear away fallen leaves in roof gutters and apron drains. If structurally feasible, remove the roof gutters.
  • 17. ARE WE DOING ALLTHESE THINGS?
  • 18. WEBSITEShttp://www.who.int/topics/dengue/en/ (World HealthOrganization)http://www.dengue.gov.sg/subject.asp?id=101 (Governmentof Singapore)In Brazil:http://www.combateadengue.com.br/http://www.brasilescola.com/doencas/dengue.htmhttp://portal.saude.gov.br/portal/arquivos/pdf/dengue_classica_90_11_10_02_12.pdf