The District Magistrate gave guidelines to make Anganwadi workers, Aashao aware about prevention, symptoms and prevention of communicable diseases.
Bhaskar News Service
Mainpuri – Anganwadi workers, during Asha Dastak Abhiyan, during door-to-door visits, people should not allow water to accumulate in and around the house, clean water vessels weekly, wear full-sleeved clothes, mosquito nets to protect against mosquitoes. Make people aware to use it, make people suffering from fever immediately go to the government hospital for examination, get treatment from trained doctors, villages in which more number of people have been affected by vector borne diseases in the past years. Deputy District Magistrate, Block Development Officer, Panchayat Raj, along with officials and employees of the Medical Department, visit the villages and get fogging and spraying of anti-larva before time, complete arrangements should be made to ensure that the disease does not spread in those villages this year. There should be no water logging anywhere, there should be a system of regular cleaning-fogging, regular cleaning of drains, anti-larva spraying should be done in them, fogging, anti-larva spraying machines should be available in gram panchayats, which do not have machines. . Immediately purchases should be made from the funds available in the Village Health Committee, one teacher in all schools should be posted as a nodal officer and his list should be made available, the nodal teachers should take precautions to protect children from vector-borne diseases with cleanliness every day. Awareness should be created about, on March 31, teachers, village heads, secretaries posted as nodals at all development block level should be made aware about their responsibilities during the Communicable Disease Campaign by organizing a workshop.
District Magistrate Avinash Krishna Singh, while giving the said instructions in the second meeting of the Inter-Departmental Coordination Committee under Special Communicable Disease Control Campaign and Dastak Campaign, said that all the concerned officers should coordinate with each other and take effective action in the direction of protecting the residents of the district from vector and mosquito-borne diseases. According to the presented micro plan, all the actions should be completed within the prescribed time limit, clean water should not be accumulated anywhere from the city to the village, the bushes should be cut on priority, the pigs should be kept in the designated enclosure from the pig farmers. Notices should be made available for keeping, pigsties should be kept as far away from populated areas as possible, animal rearers should be made aware for regular cleaning of animal tying place, Agriculture Department should take effective action for prevention of rats and moles. Instructing the District Panchayat Raj Officer, Executive Officer Municipal Corporation, he said that the cleaning system should be strengthened, regular fogging, spraying of anti-larva should be ensured by Municipal Corporation in urban areas and Panchayat Raj Department in rural areas.
The District Magistrate said during the meeting that in the last years, in 101 villages of the district, many people were affected by vector, mosquito-borne diseases, in which 20 villages of Community Primary Health Center Kuchela under development block Mainpuri, including Karimganj, Anjani, Uddetpur Abhai, Sikandarpur, Devamai, Ganeshpur, Ujhaiyya, Jigna, Kasauli, Paronkh, Madhau, Radha Nagar, Odenya Padaria, Kuchela, Dannahar, Pusaina, Gwaltoli, Tindauli, Loghipur, 11 Villages of Block Ghiror- Auchhan, Ghiror, Ratwa, Shahjahanpur, Nagla Asha, Niyuri , Kosma, Mohammadpur, Nagla Har, 07 villages of Block Kurawali-Jyoti Khudia, Khicheli, Dharampal, Bishunpur, Mahadeva, Holupura, 14 villages of Health Center Sultanganj including Lalupur, Alipur Kheda, Jarmai, Nagla Munshi, Usmanpur, Govindpur, Bhogaon, Akbelpur, Byoti Khudar, Sultanganj, Itaura, Bichwan, 08 villages of Block Bewar Kalyanpur, Naviganj, Machawar, Katra, Uttampur, Karpia, Armsarai, Rampur, 11 villages of Block Kishni-Vitara, Farenji, Katra, Uttampur, Chitayan, Vikrampur, Nintpur, Jagatpur, Nagla Dule, Kishni, Lekhrajpur, 06 Village Ajitganj of Block Jagir , Jagir, Kachhpura, Havilia, Harchandrapur, Dwarikapur, Block Karhal 18 Gram Nagla Moti, Mukhiya, Ninauli, Patara, Singhpur, Nagla Bagh, Nagla Ati, Kurra, Tikouna, Kanchanpur, Amabai, Atikullapur, Ahladpur, Anupnagar, Nagla Dharam, Takhrau, Sahan, Nagla Atiram, Chak, 17 Villages of Block Barnahal, Nagla Moonj, Bhadolpur, Gadhia Jain, Kumheri, Phulapur, Nawatedha, Dihuli, Barhaiya, Chandikara, Barnahal, Sarai, Mughalpur, Mithepur, Nagla Devi, Pararsahpur, Gotpur, Nagla The people of Jangi, Nagla Dayal have been greatly affected, special vigilance should be exercised in these villages this year.
During this Chief Development Officer Vinod Kumar, Additional District Magistrate Ram Ji Mishra, Chief Medical Officer Dr. P.P.Singh, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar, Bhogaon, Karhal, Kishni, Kurawali, Ghiror, Navodita Sharma, Anjali Singh, Gopal Sharma, R.N. . Verma, Yugantar Tripathi, Shiv Narayan, Revenue Officer Narendra Kumar, Deputy Collector Virendra Kumar Mittal, Nitin Kumar, Additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sanjeev Rao Bahadur, Dr. Rajiv Rai, District School Inspector Manoj Kumar Verma, District Basic Education Officer Deepika Gupta, District Panchayat Raj Officer Avinash Chand, District Agriculture Officer Surya Pratap Singh, Executive Officer Municipal Corporation, District Malaria Officer S.N. Singh Health Education Officer Ravindra Gaur, D.M.C. UNICEF SMO, All Block Development Officer, Q. Medical Officer, other officers of Health Department etc were present.
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