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world Mosquito Day – 2016

Welltech foundation donates Mosquito nets for newborn babies at Sulthan bazar Hospital on the occasion of World Mosquito day – 2016.

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Welltech Foundation Donates Free Bednets at Tarnaka

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Welltech Foundation(WF) Bednets donation campaign to promote malaria awareness program at Tarnaka divsion Corporator Alakunta Saraswathi garu.

 

 

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Bednets Donation – Tarnaka

Welltech Foundation(WF) Bednets donation campaign to promote malaria awareness program at Tarnaka divsion, Hyderabad India.

 

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Mosquito Mesh News in Sakshi, Andhra Bhoomi & Andhra Jyothi with GHMC Mayor Hyderabad

At Mayor Residence in Banjara hills , Welltechsystems organization met Hon’ble SRI. BONTHU RAMMOHAN Garu – GHMC Mayor Hyderabad for Best wishes as an ardent follower of Telangana Chief Minister KCR,took the responsibilities of mayor in Hyderabad.

During the meeting they discussed various subjects pertaining to the vows of people
living in and around Hyderabad. The main subject during the discussions was the
menace of mosquitoes, which brings lot of  nuisance to the citizens. It is by and large
causing diseases like Malaria, dendue etc. This resulted some valuable suggestions
like each and every house hold should have mosquito net doors and windows,which
prevents the mosquitoes not to enter.

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“Let the Mosquito Bite..” An Article in Eenadu News Paper

Fogging is an effective method of getting rid of mosquitoes in your surroundings. Normally, fogging is a technique that is applied outdoors and for semi-outdoor spaces. However, as mosquitoes usually breed and live outdoors, this is a good method for mosquito control. Civic officials have been adopting various measures like chemical fogging to tackle the mosquito menace in the city.

Is Fogging a right measurement to control mosquito’s?

Does Fogging harm us?

What steps is the government taking steps to control mosquito’s?

Funds are allotted by the government to control mosquito to civic bodies.

Are the civic officials doing their best to control mosquito’s?

Is the government governing the mosquito control to the maximum extent?

To what extent the funds are used properly?

Are they letting the mosquito bite us?

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How to Prevent dengue with these 10 practical tips?

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With the monsoon come various diseases, and one of the most severe one is dengue.  Also known as ‘break bone fever’ it is a painful and debilitating disease spread by mosquitoes. Caused due to the bite of an infected female aedes aegypti mosquito, the disease can be fatal. 

Once bitten it takes about four to ten days for the symptoms to show. The most common symptoms are high fever, severe headache, pain behind the eyes, nausea, vomiting, swollen glands, muscle and joint pain and in some cases a rash. The more severe forms of dengue are hemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome. There is no clear treatment for the condition nor is there a vaccine against it, so the best way is to prevent the disease from occurring at all. Here are a few simple and practical tips to keep dengue at bay:

  1. Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are known to bite humans during the day and their most common breeding grounds are man made containers. Therefore, it is advisable to not have any stagnant water around. Remember to clean out empty flower pots and not to over water potted plants. If the container that contains water cannot be emptied, remember to cover it well when not in use.
  2. Turn over empty pails and buckets, so that they do not collect excess water.
  3. Use mosquito repellants regularly. Apply it well on all exposed areas, during the day as well as at night.
  4. Make sure your window and door screens do not have any holes. If so, block those areas properly to eliminate mosquitoes.
  5. If someone at home is ill with dengue, try to not let the mosquitoes bite them or others in the house.
  6. Always sleep under a mosquito net.
  7. If you use a cooler remember to empty out and clean the water tray regularly, even when not in use.
  8. Always cover your trash can when not in use.
  9. A natural method to keep mosquitos at bay is to plant tulsi  near your window. The plant has properties that do not allow mosquitoes to breed.
  10. Using camphor as a repellant also works wonders. Light camphor in a room and close all the doors and windows. Leave it this way for about fifteen to twenty minutes to have a mosquito free environment. 
Dengue is a completely preventable condition, all you have to do is take a few steps to keep yourself and your family safe.

We, Welltech Systems is India’s leading manufacturer and distributor of insect screens and insect screen systems to keep flying insects (mosquitoes).

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GHMC Campaign to use Mosquito Nets/Mosquito Mesh to save from mosquito/insect bites.

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Mosquito’s eradication is everybody’s responsibility, Its not just Government’s duty to do it. Government itself cannot take care of this. Its everyone’s duty, responsibility to eradicate the mosquito’s and save your family from the dangerous bites. Take the steps which GHMC has mentioned to do so. Use Mosquito nets/mesh to save from bites.

We, Welltech Systems is India’s leading manufacturer and distributor of insect screens and insect screen systems to keep flying insects (mosquitoes).

Call Now : 9550765346, 7569610019, 04064509509:
www.welltechsystems.com

 

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