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May 22nd, 2013
Islamabad Mapping Campaign Aims to Destroy Dengue Breeding Sites

Capital Development Authority (CDA), Directorate of Health Services has completed two phases high risk mapping and campaign to destroy dengue breeding sites in federal capital. Health Directorate of CDA has conducted an extensive exercise of the entire city to map areas which have shown dengue positive individuals in the previous years. Further, those areas have been marked significantly that are known to produce conductive environment for dengue mosquito breeding Mosque prevalence. Three categories of areas have been identified; High Risk, Moderate Risk and Low Risk. The strategy is to cover all these areas according to intensity. Read More