Waterborne Infectious Diseases Prevention of Guinea Worm and Post Guinea Worm Eradication Management

Waterborne Infectious Diseases are not being yet defeated. They are still causing many problems worldwide essentially in developing countries where people do not have materials and means to deal adequately with them. Many of these diseases are rolling back again after many years of campaign against them. My presentation on Waterborne Infectious Diseases is to underline the fact that basic preventions have almost wiped this disease which has taken toll on some poor countries.

Many people are already talking about its eradication. This presentation is intended to remind all of us that these infectious diseases are stubborn, and need strong serious post eradication prevention management. The reader will necessarily learn about Guinea Worm and see how we can manage to keep the campaign progress to its eradication. You may click on the link below to access the presentation.

https://environmentalhealthtoday.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/waterborne-infectious-diseases1.ppt

I am inviting you to read this presentation and leave your comments which will permit us to better our contribution to the amelioration of the environment. I hope you’ll enjoy it and invite your peers to action.

Thank you very much for your time.

Yawo Akrodou
PUBH 6165/8165, Environmental
Health
College of Health Sciences
Ph.D. Program

Walden University

 

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2 Responses

  1. Wild this is a really nice presentation very informative and the pictures really helped for a source of visual aid.

  2. Thank you very much Shakiera for your comment.

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