CSF Beefs Up Sanitation Drive In Barangays [ Friday, 13th of February 2015 | 2 years ago ]
Conducted by the City Health Office (CHO), the training seeks to teach participants sanitation strategies and techniques to prevent the spread of diseases and other public health concerns in their respective barangays.
The participants are volunteers deputized to assist the city government in maintaining sanitation in the city’s 35 barangays.
Chief Environmental Health Officer Dunn Patrick Imana said that the seminar will equip health workers with the necessary skills to pursue and maintain cleanliness in their areas.
“They [Sanitation Brigade] are scheduled to inspect every deep well, water pump and house to remove health hazards.”
The City Health Office is strictly monitoring every barangay for dengue, tuberculosis and other communicable diseases.
In line with this, a citywide search-and-destroy-mosquito-breeding-places will be held in the following weeks.
The public is also urged to practice cleanliness daily in their households.
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