KUALA LUMPUR – Schools that fail to provide a clean environment and contribute to the increase in health cases among students action should be fine.
Associations Collaborative Council president of the National Parents and Teachers (PIBGN), Assoc. Prof Datuk Mohd. Ali Hassan said that action should be implemented in the interest of students.“The failure of the school provides a learning area that is clean and comfortable show the school management and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) forget the school aspect.
“It is like educating the next generation that the issue of cleanliness is not important and can be ignored when it is one thing to be considered,” he said when contacted Kosmo! here. He was commenting on a statement by the Director of Health, Datuk Seri Dr. Hasan Abdul Rahman recently that as many as 20 percent of dengue cases in the country were students.
Based on the case last year, of 4.222 of 19.884 dengue cases involving students.
Meanwhile, Mohd. Ali also suggested that each student be punished with education problems through social service work such as cleaning their school grounds.
Clearly, the sentence can be considered as a two-pronged ‘could not only be educating them about the importance of school hygiene, but at the same time ensuring that the school is always clean.
“In addition to actively campaigning awareness campaigns on hygiene issues, the school must carry out mutual help at least once a month.
“If not, such cases will not be reduced and also will give a negative perception to the outside of the educational institutions of oversight, “he said.
Meanwhile, the survey Kosmo! in several schools in the Klang Valley yesterday found some of it contaminated debris that can harbor the Aedes mosquito.” / p> In a secondary school in Mumbai, across the front of the school and filled with plastic bottles, while the bus stops in front of a secondary school also seems to be illegal trash disposal.
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