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Dengue Vector Surveillance Website. Objectives of the Project. Maintain, update and enhance website for dengue vector surveillance in participating schools nationwide Updated reporting of OL index for appropriate intervention Provide a “warning system” (white safe

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Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website


Objectives of the project

Objectives of the Project

  • Maintain, update and enhance website for dengue vector surveillance in participating schools nationwide

  • Updated reporting of OL index for appropriate intervention

  • Provide a “warning system” (white safe

    red Alert )

    for dengue vector surveillance


Dengue vector control

Application of various anti-DEN mosquito measures to alter the life cycle of the mosquito

Targeting larval stage (ovitraps, OL Traps, larvicides, container management, environmental sanitation)

Targeting adult stage (adulticiding, space spraying, aerosol treatment)

Prevention of man-mosquito contact

Dengue Vector Control


Integrated vector management

utilization of technical and managerial measures to bring about an effective degree of vector suppression to prevent and control transmission

Integrated Vector Management


Difference between tools classical ov trap and ovilarvicidal trap

Difference between tools(classical OV trap and Ovilarvicidal Trap)


Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website (CY 2013-2014)

Taskforce

(PCHRD

ITDI

DOST-NCR

STII)

DOST Regional Staff

Dep-Ed Regional Staff

PSTDs

Principals, Science Teachers, School Nurses

Municipal/City Health office

DOH

School Dengue Brigade/Volunteers


Cy 2012 ol trap in schools program

CY 2012 OL Trap in Schools Program

School-based Ovi/Larvi Trap Roll-out

  • Installation started on June 13, 2012

  • OL traps were installed in 100% of schools (21,106 schools) in the DOH identified priority areas nationwide as of Dec 2012

  • Installations were also done in 13,721 schools in non-priority areas.

  • Some schools utilized their school dengue brigades in the implementation of the project

  • OL indices were monitored although difficulties in data retrieval were encountered

  • A GIS mapped dengue website has been developed and piloted in NCR to facilitate visualization of OL index results per school and facilitate identification of appropriate interventions


Updates dengue vector surveillance cy 2013 implementation

The Dengue Vector Surveillance (DVS) website coverage was extended to cover nationwide implementation by CY 2013

The website shall serve as monitoring tool for dengue coordinators, city health officers and other public health practitioners

Sec. Ona committed to fund next phase of the study – nationwide ovi/larvitrap index monitoring and data entry to dengue vector surveillance website

PCHRD-DOST likewise committed to fund the surveillance study

Updates: Dengue Vector Surveillance (CY 2013 Implementation)


Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website

The main page of the website


Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website

Closer View of the Map


Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website

The details of the school and the corresponding intervention appear when balloon was clicked


Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website

The Ovitrap index history appear when school’s name was clicked


Dengue vector surveillance website

Dengue Vector Surveillance Website

The Ovitrap index history appear when school’s name was clicked


Legend as proposed by doh

Legend (as Proposed by DOH)


Reporting mechanism

Reporting Mechanism

Teacher/School Coordinator/Nurse

SMS ( Keyword, + traps, - traps, lost traps, harvest date)

Megamobile

ASTI/PCHRD gateway

Auto updating of data in website


How to view the website

How to View the Website

  • Front End/ For Viewers

    • http://oltrap.pchrd.dost.gov.ph

  • Back End/ For Administrators

    • http://oltrap.pchrd.dost.gov.ph/index.php/administrator/


Indices reporting through texting

Indices Reporting Through Texting

School representatives need to register first their mobile no. before they can send the report.

To Register text:

FOLLOW<space>LAMOK <space><School ID>

and send it to: 2948

  • Notes:

  • Each School has its own unique School ID

  • In the case that you changed your cellphone no., you need to register again your new cellphone no. The new one will overwrite the registered old one.


Indices reporting through texting1

Indices Reporting Through Texting

To send a report, a school representative can text:

POST LAMOK<space>PositiveTrap<space>NegativeTrap <space>Total Lost Traps<space>Date of Harvest

and send it to: 2948

Example: POSTLAMOK 3 3 2 06/04/2013

  • Notes:

  • Each School can text up to 3 error messages per week for free. In excess to that will be charged against the subscriber


Dengue vector surveillance website

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