Dr Fatima Jabbar, Dr Nehan Shakeel, Dr Iqra Raees
Objective: Despite demanding health programs, cases of dengue fever have increased significantly by 106% over the past two years. Dengue took first place in reported diseases with a population of 520 per 100,000. The dengue fever poses a threat and its spread has intensified due to the spread of trade and travel. Therefore, dengue cannot be controlled if efforts are limited to only a few members of the community. Hence, strengthening the implementation of dengue programs must be pointed out. Place and Duration: In the Faisalabad Medical University for one year duration from March 2019 to February 2020. Methods: The community project aims to reduce the incidence of dengue by 30% in one year. The strategic plan aims to create a central group in which employees' capacities should be increased at various levels. Information on your current status, post-test results, return promotion and field application has been evaluated. Strengthening communication to reduce resources has become possible by writing dengue characters in prominent places and advertising dengue jingle. Results: The Dang-Rous core group gained knowledge, skills and the ability to effectively prevent dengue at the community level. In addition, the awareness and capacity building of every household to search and destroy mosquito breeding and recreational areas in their communities has been regularly increased. Conclusions: Our findings emphasize the need for additional information, education and communication on mosquito control. It is necessary to identify barriers to action and look for ways to transform the population's knowledge of dengue into positive preventive practices. Keywords: community, dengue, prevention.