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During our first Medical and Urban Entomology class, we have given a task to have a group visit. Our main objective is to gain insight of the status and management (by any institution and companies) that focus on insects of social and medical importance.
Since there are many members for Master in Entomology during this semester, we have been grouped in four or five. So, we worked in group to select any place that is available to visit. My group members;
1. Abdul Munir Bin Mohd Zaki (Group leader)
2. Syazana Binti Jumaan
3. Nurul Fatihah Binti Abd Latip
4. Ummi Fatin Hazirah Binti Abu Bakar
5. Nor Izyani Binti Ahmad Zaki
Our group has proposed to visit Pusat Konservasi Jabatan Muzium Malaysia. The purpose of this visit was to learn about the management and preservation of collections of the museum. Thus, the experience and knowledge gained from the results of the visit was very useful for us to understand more clearly the management involving damage prevention and repair means a collection or artefacts.
Unfortunately, we don’t receive any reply from the museum. During our class meeting, we present our work progress. Since it is difficult to find a place to visit before our mid semester break, our class leader Mohd Shafariza Bin Abd Manaf assigned for class organization. The next week, Khairul Marwan Bin Kahar group received a reply to have a visit in Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Selangor located in Klang on 13th March 2014, the date in which none of us have any class to attend.
So, within a short time before we go visit Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Selangor, we made a sudden meeting for preparation. Since there are no UKM transports available during the weekdays, we decided to go there by our own. We also decided to buy souvenir for Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Selangor as our acknowledgement. Not to forget, we also invited Entomology lecturers to go visit with us.
On 13th March 2014, we gathered at 10.00 am and after a short brief by Mohd Shafariza Bin Abd Manaf, we departed from UKM at 10.30 am heading to Klang. Eventhough the program will be start at 2.00 pm, we have decided to depart early to avoid being caught by traffic jam. We arrived Klang at 12.30 pm. We gathered at Jaya Jusco Bukit Tinggi which is nearby for lunch and to set our Zohor prayer.
When we first arrived, we were having the briefing session talked about the dengue fever. I was very surprised and shocked because of the higher number of dengue’s cases registered in Malaysia by the year 1973 until last year, 2013. Selangor stated to have the highest number of dengue cases last year which is 23,852 cases. Before this in the year of 2008, Selangor have stated to have 21,262 cases but the number is actually arising even though many precautions
have been taken by the government. I was eager to know why Selangor has the highest number of cases among the others.
The staffs there highlighted the most important facts that we all should know such as the terminology and all the strategies they have done before to monitor the dengue fever among the Malaysian such as (1) source of mosquitoes breeding habitat reduction, (2) thermal fogging, (3) ULV fogging and (4) larviciding. They said that fogging is actually not the magic bullet to handle this problem!
After that, we were headed to where the fogging equipments are being stored. We got to see and hold the machines ourselves, which is the first experience for most of us.
We ended our program with a simple closing ceremony where our class leader Mohd Shafariza Bin Abd Manaf handed the souvenir. After that, we dismissed at 5.00 pm. Before went back to UKM, we managed to snap a few pictures so that the memories will last forever.
Expectation and Lessons Learnt
During the visit, my expectation is to get the actual facts about the infamous vector known as mosquitoes, namely Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. Both are the vectors for the dengues fever that suddenly strikes Malaysian with the highest number of cases in the year of 2014. I love to know how they are actually managing all those cases regarding the dengue fever instead of their common fogging activities said to kill the adult mosquitoes.
Because of Selangor has the highest record of dengue cases fever, they need to overcome all the challenges of dengue control in this state such as (1) population density, (2) community mobility, (3) home and workplace hygiene, (4) environmental hygiene, (5) cleanliness of public places, and last but not least (6) the transient population like university students and foreign workers.
More than 85% epidemics were controlled within 14 days but the dengue prevention activities were still weak. There are some steps they have taken into account during having the big crisis: (1) Stop coordination center (control with schedule), (2) mobilization of local control team including Negeri Sembilan and Kuala Lumpur, (3) Additional provisions for services. They also made additional strategies such as (4) dustbin in places of public resort and commercial center, (5) audit reports from the construction site, (6) approval of building plans, (7) shared responsibility of all departments in PBT, (8) monitoring of the cleaning contractor and (9) ‘Everyday Enforcement’.
Eventhough dengue is no joke, but I don’t want to be completely depressing about dengue. More attention given to the growing problem of dengue can hopefully promote our efforts against it. The most important thing is the changes of attitudes by the citizens to overcome this problem. This is because everybody has been told about this issues long time ago but how much actually we take it seriously enough? This is a global disease that is not going away anytime soon, and awareness is the first step in addressing it.
Last Update: 2014-05-21
21 st january 2014
Syed Anuar Bin Syed Mansor
Kampung Kubang Bemban
06300 Kuala Nerang
PER : PERUBAHAN DAN PENYERAHAN HAK MILIK KERETA
Adalah dengan ini saya Syed Anuar Bin Syed Mansor, kad pengenalan 671218-02-5931 telah menjual kereta model Proton Wira 1.5 Auto yang bernombor pendaftaran KAR 9456 Tahun 1997 kepada En. Suhaimi Bin Ahmad no kad pengenalan 581214-02-5325.
Sekiranya berlaku kesalahan dan masalah kereta tersebut adalah dibawah tanggungjawab En. Suhaimi Bin Suhaimi.
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