dengue vector surveillance website_30Oct2013

Report
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
red
for dengue vector surveillance
safe
Alert )
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
Integrated Vector Management
 utilization of technical and managerial measures
to bring about an effective degree of vector
suppression to prevent and control
transmission
Difference between tools
(classical OV trap and Ovilarvicidal Trap)
Ovitrap
OL Trap
Eggs on the paddle
- Yes
- Yes
Live larva seen
- Yes
- Yes
Action
- Eggs trapped
- Eggs trapped
With organic larvicide
Value-added
-
- Yes
- Additional attractant (kills
larva)
None
None
Larvicidal Efficiency
-85% ( 6-7 days efficacy)
Risk
- Adult mosquito emergence if
not collected on time
- same
Risk
- Breeds Aedes, if uncollected
(set and collect)
- Breeds Aedes, if uncollected
after 7 days (set and collect)
Index (CTDI)
- Ovitrap index : 10%
- OLTrap: 20%
Dengue Vector Surveillance Website (CY 2013-2014)
Taskforce
(PCHRD
ITDI
DOST-NCR
STII)
DOST Regional Staff
DOH
PSTDs
Dep-Ed Regional Staff
Principals, Science
Teachers, School Nurses
Municipal/City
Health office
School Dengue
Brigade/Volunteers
DOST (PCHRD,
ITDI)
DOST Regional
Offices
DOH and Rural
Health Units
1. Development
and Maintenance
of Website
1. Training on viewing
of website for partners
in the regions
1. Provide supply of
pellets and paddles
(DOH)
2. Conduct of
trainers training
for website
navigation
2. Mapping of
schools
2. Monitor and give 2. Installation of traps
additional advice on in schools.
appropriate
intervention based
on OLI data.
3. Reporting of + and –
3. Monitoring of
implementation
Department of
Education
1. Disseminate
information about the
website to
participating schools.
traps to designated
number
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
Dengue Vector Surveillance Website
The main page of the website
Dengue Vector Surveillance Website
Closer View of the Map
Dengue Vector Surveillance Website
The details of the school and the corresponding intervention appear when balloon was clicked
Dengue Vector Surveillance Website
The Ovitrap index history appear when school’s name was clicked
Dengue Vector Surveillance Website
The Ovitrap index history appear when school’s name was clicked
Implementation
Parametrs/Issues/Conce
rns
Coverage:
100% Coverage Nationwide
Updates
Supply of Trap and Pellets
1. DOH will fund the OL pellets and
supplies.
2. DOH has allocated 84M for the
project and will initially be releasing
30M by early June.
3. First fund release from DOH will cover
supplies up to 3 months of
implementation.
1. DepEd Central office has provided
Masterlist of Elementary and High
Schools which Regional Offices have
validated
2. List has school ID which will be used in
OLI data text reporting.
3. HVC will deliver supplies direct to
schools .
Implementation
Parametrs/Issues/Concerns
Updates
Data Reporting
To partner with Mega-Mobile ( a
content provider accredited by
Smart, Globe and Sun) to facilitate
data reporting through SMS.
Reverse billing will be followed
(teachers will not be charged if
SMS formats are appropriately
followed)
Specific SMS format is required.
Texting of data will be done weekly.
Process Flow of Uploading the OL Trap Indices in the Website
Implementation
Parametrs/Issues/Concerns
Updates
Confusion on who should advise
appropriate intervention
1. Website to adopt DOH vector
surveillance alert system (2 levels
only)
2. The website will contain the actions
to be taken at the two alert levels
3. Additional interventions will be
advised by DOH/CHD/RHU
Issuance of Memorandum Circular
and Terms of References
1.
2.
Draft memorandum circular and
TOR has been with DepEd for their
comments/inputs since April 8,
2013.
Per Asec Liboro and Asec Mateo
telecon on May 7, 2013: Asec
Mateo wants the delivery schedule
attached in the Memorandum
Circular , as well as the schedule of
orientation in the regions.
Legend (as Proposed by DOH)
Color
Action to be taken
White
(HI is <5% and or BI
is <20)
OL Index < 40
• Continue IEC campaign on prevention and control
Red (HI is > 5% and
or BI is > 20)
• Intensify IEC campaign on prevention and control
• Continue clean-up activities
• Continue monthly entomological survey by local
health authorities
• Mobilize residents of affected barangay and start
OLI >= 40
•
•
•
•
clean-up campaign with the help of the Dengue
Brigade
Continue monthly entomological survey by local
health authorities
Improve environmental sanitation
Start community vigilance; search for more areas
w/ HI of > 5% and or BI is > 20
Apply larvicides
Issues and Concerns
Orientation Activities
(National)
Orientation for Coordinators from the region
will be conducted after details with
MegaMobile (content provider) have been
finalized
Re-orientation at the
regions
Topics:
• Vector Surveillance (Alert Levels, clarify
who should advise interventions)
• Website navigation (user interface)
• Text Reporting formats
Attendees: Deped Coordinators (Division
Coordinators or School Coordinators,
Representatives from CHDs and Rural health
units
Orientation (School Level) To be done by School Coordinator
Reporting Mechanism
Reporting from Schools
Teacher/School Coordinator/Nurse
SMS ( Keyword, + traps, - traps, lost
traps, harvest date)
Megamobile
ASTI/PCHRD gateway
Auto updating of data in
website
Feedback/Validation
ASTI flags data when the following
instances are encountered:
1. OLI is at alert level (OLI>40%for
three consecutive weeks.
2. OLI increases/decreases by 50%
compared to previous week
3. School is unable to report data for two
consecutive weeks.
ASTI will send email to regional
coordinators whenever data flags are
encountered.
DOST coordinators will forward flagged
data sets to partners (DOH, CHD, DepEd)
for further validation and appropriate
intervention
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/adminis
trator/
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:
1) Each School has its own unique School ID
2) 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 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: POST LAMOK 3 3 2 06/04/2013
Notes:
1) Each School can text up to 3 error messages per week for free. In excess to
that will be charged against the subscriber
Thank you

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