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Webinar: Webinar on Climate Change and Health Risks

Preparedness for Vector Borne Diseases

Vector-borne disease outbreak is becoming a public health threat each year aggravated by extreme weather events such as rainfall. Partnerships are being strengthened for effective control among multiple departments, municipalities, and health facilities.

Several steps are being planned and executed by the health, meteorology, and planning departments to prevent, control, and track the diseases.

To learn more about vector-borne disease control mechanisms deployed in Indian cities, join us from 3-4 PM for a webinar on July 5, 2017.
Why attend?
  • Learn measures municipalities are undertaking to prevent vector borne disease outbreak.

  • Gain knowledge of steps individuals and communities can take to control illnesses such as dengue and malaria.

  • Understand possibility of an early warning system for providing alerts for impending disease outbreaks.

Speakers
speaker
Meena Sehgal, Fellow at TERI - The Energy and Resources Institute
Meena Sehgal Fellow, TERI
UCHAI Secretariat
speaker
Dr R N Singh, Chief Medical Officer at New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC)

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The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) is a leading think tank dedicated to conducting research for sustainable development of India and the Global South.

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