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close this bookAnimation Skills (Peace Corps; 73 pages)
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View the documentGuinea worm fact sheet
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close this folderGuinea worm graphics
View the documentGraphic 1 - Family without guinea worm
View the documentGraphic 2 - Family suffering from guinea worm
View the documentGraphic 3 - Prevention of guinea worm disease
View the documentGraphic 4 - Prevention of guinea worm disease
View the documentGraphic 5 - Preventing recontamination of pond water
View the documentGraphic 6 - Health education in the community
View the documentGraphic 7 - Transmission of guinea worm disease
View the documentGraphic 8* - Transmission of guinea worm disease
View the documentGraphic 9* - Cause of guinea worm disease
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View the documentGraphic 11 - Impact of guinea worm disease
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View the documentGraphic 13 - Impact of guinea worm disease
View the documentGraphic 14 - Life cycle of the guinea worm
View the documentGraphic 15 - Health education
View the documentGraphic 16 - Treatment of guinea worm
View the documentGraphic 17 - Transmission of guinea worm disease
 

Graphic 4 - Prevention of guinea worm disease


Prevention of guinea worm disease

(In this graphic, a man, while working in the fields, filters his drinking water.)

CONSIDERATIONS:

 

• The filter or filter cloth should be checked for holes before each use.
• The filter must be on the jar correctly to avoid contamination.
• The filter must be removed carefully to avoid accidental contamination.
• The filter and small jar must be taken to the fields everyday, or stored there permanently, so that they are readily available when the person becomes thirsty.
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