Sustainable Development Goals Presentation

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Goal 3:

Goal 3 By 2030, end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases and combat hepatitis, water-borne diseases and other communicable diseases.

Nature of The Problem :

Nature of The Problem Countries with Malaria transmission and phase of control programs 2013. Source: WHO Dengue: Countries at risk 2013. Source: WHO Chikungunya : Countries at risk 2014. Source: WHO Source:http :// fndr.in / ntds : /

Environmental Health Consequences (1):

Environmental Health Consequences (1) Irrigation & water Storage Agricultural Intensification Increased Trade Chemical Pollution Increased Travel

Environmental Health Consequences (2):

Environmental Health Consequences (2) Precipitation Increased Co2 concentrations Desertification Urbanization Increased CO2 Concentrations Desertification Temperature Elevation

Environmental Health Consequences (3):

Environmental Health Consequences (3) Ae . Aegypti : Vector of dengue & chikungunya . Source: WHO Anopheles mosquito: Vector of Malaria. Source: WHO http:// www.csduppsala.uu.se / devnet / ctc /

Vulnerable Populations:

Vulnerable Populations Source: WHO Source: WHO http:// www.eyesonmalaria.org /content/malaria-disease-many-parts Farah Abdi Warsameh / AP Photo

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Climate Change: Stop Burning Fossil Fuels. Adaptation Measures: Quarantine, surveillance, e ducation (bed nets, repellents) Vector Control (Drugs, pesticides, vaccines) Urbanization: Increase sanitation, housing, proper waste disposal & public Health infrastructure. Improve standard of living to allow implementation of adaptation measures. Land Use: Design Water Storage Facilities to avoid shallow water. Use Drip Irrigation. Control Deforestation. Trade and Travel : Diminish incidence of disease in developing countries. Strengthen sanitary measures on shipping & aircrafts. . ‘ UNHCR/ Hoibak Source:MINUSTAH Strategies to Solve The Problem Source: ELCA.org

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1. Robert W. Sutherst W. R. “Global Change and Human Vulnerability to Vector-Borne Diseases”. Clinical Microbiology Reviews. 17.1. (2004):136–173. Web. 27 Mar 2016. http ://cmr.asm.org/content/17/1/136.full.pdf+ html Describes the human susceptibility to vector-borne diseases and its relationship with climate change. 2. World Health Organization. United Nations Environmental Program. “Vector-Borne Disease”. 2016. Web. 23 Mar 2016. http://www.who.int/heli/risks/vectors/vector/en/ Describes the health effects of vector-borne diseases and it association with the environment. 3. Campbell - Lendrum D, Manga L, Bagayoko M et al. Climate change and vector-borne diseases: what are the implications for public health research and policy?”. Phil Tran. R. Soc. B 370:20130552. http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/royptb/370/1665/20130552.full.pdf Describes multiple strategies to control disease and increase adaptation to climate changes. PATH/Gabe Bienczycki . ( Photo: Nicolas Asfou / GettyImages ) PATH/Gabe Bienczycki . Credit Jim Peck/Michigan State University Shutterstock Source:WHO PATH/Gabe Bienczycki . Surce : WHO

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