Public Education Resources

Dengue Mosquito Breeding Places

The variety of breeding places of the Dengue mosquito in your surroundings. Old tires Laundry tanks Uncovered tanks/cisterns Drum/barrels Discarded buckets and containers Pet dishes Construction blocks Bottles Discarded tin cans Tree holes and bamboo Bottle pieces on top of walls Old shoes Flower pots Discarded toys Roof guttering Bromeliad… Read More



Wash Hands Regularly

Wash your hands as often as possible to prevent the spread of diseases. Germs can spread easily from person to person and make you sick. During the day, we may touch books, door knobs, tables, toys and other items that may contain germs.   You must always wash your hands: Before… Read More



Ebola Awareness February 2015

What is Ebola Virus Disease? Ebola Virus Disease (formerly known as Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever) is a severe, often fatal illness, with a death rate of about 25% to 90%. Ebola is not a new disease, but appeared in 1976 in two simultaneous outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Sudan.   What are… Read More