The District Environmental Health Officer sensitizes community members on the protocols of covid-19 in the Bole Township.
The District Environmental health officer visits some communities as part of the 86 communities in Bole District declared open defecation free. Residents were guided to follow a sanitation development roadmap laced with intensive education on good hygiene.
The District Environmental Health Officer supervised a clean-up exercise in the Bole Township. The streets, market, and other public places were cleaned. The officer also appealed to the people to always keep the environment clean in order to avoid diseases such as cholera. The exercise was undertaken by Zoom lion.
The Public Health Emergency Committee undertook a sensitization program in the District to sensitize people on the deadly corona virus that has affected the country and the world. People were sensitized on the health protocols and eating habits as well as good personal hygiene. Nose masks and hand sanitizers were also distributed.
The District Environmental Health Officer together with a team from Global Communities visited Dondoli and Bargon communities in the Bole District on sensitization on Open Deification Free Initiatives. These initiatives were supported by UNICEF.