We badly need of Mosquito nets for remote area childrens suffering with Dengue.The alarming rise in cases of dengue across cities in the country has become an increasing cause of worry. It now more important than ever to be aware of the risk factors, and protect yourself. Prevention in this case, is truly better than cure. Regularely we are visiting the remote areas with the help of Local Doctors and Medical Staff.It is a costlier issue and unble to bare the poor community for taking treatment.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Regularly we are visiting the Remote and slum areas so many childrens are suffering with Dengue Fever with fall of Platelets count from 2,75,000 to 12,000 with hIgh fever.They are unable to take the medicines and unable to go the hospital due to bad economic situations. Every day nearly 150 to 250 childrens are admitted in the near by hospitals.Daily 2 to 5 death are noted in the Mandal Level hospitals. In this Project nearly 970 Childrens are to be benefitted.It is very essential at this time
How will this project solve this problem?
As per WHO rules There is no Medicines for Dengue and only for prevention of Dengue is for using of Mosquito nets regularely.because dengue is caused by a virus, there is no specific treatment for it. It is important to drink plenty of fluids, stay hydrated, and get as much rest as possible. DHF is a more severe form of dengue and can be fatal if untreated. It tends to affect children under the age of ten, and causes abdominal pain, hemorrhage (bleeding), and circulatory collapse (shock).
Potential Long Term Impact
There is no vaccine to prevent dengue. Prevention of dengue requires eradication of the mosquitoes that carry this virus. This means high standards of hygiene and sanitation. If the area is infested with mosquitoes, wear long sleeves, use mosquito repellants Like Mosquito Nets and fumigate if necessary. It is very good precaution to Prevent Dengue and Loss of Money and Time especially for Poor Community living in Remote as well as Slum area Childrens.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.