A largest public health program for large number of children during a short period
National Deworming Day – Program Details
1. Adult worms live in human intestines for food and survival and produce thousands of eggs each day.
2. Eggs are passed in the faeces of infected person.
3. Infected people who defecate outdoors spread worm eggs in the soil.
4. Eggs contaminate the soil and spread infection in several ways: ─
5. Ingested through vegetables that are not carefully cooked, washed or peeled;
6. ingested from contaminated water sources;
7. Ingested by children who play in soil and then put their hands in their mouths without washing them.
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