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OL Mosquito Trap: A simple science that works


Expert from DOST-ITDI shows eggs of Aedes mosquitos trapped in lawanit strip of OL mosquito trap

According to the Department of Health (DOH), dengue incidence in the Philippines has risen to an “all-time high” and reached the epidemic proportion in some regions.

In 2010, DOH recorded 98,934 dengue cases with 644 deaths from January to September alone. The cases have doubled compared to the entire 2009 cases with a total of 57,819.

This is the reason why DOH concluded that 2010 is the year of living “dengue-rously,” where dengue took center stage as the most prevailing health issue in the country.

The World Health Organization (WHO) considered dengue as one of the fastest-emerging infections in the world that, despite decades of research, there is no effective drug or vaccine ever developed. Read more

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Edmon Agron or "Mon" as his friends call him, is a fan of innovation and development. He loves reading and writing, and spends most of his spare time exploring the world of technology. Mon is an avid student of life and forever learner. He run and manage WorldNgayon.com where he learned SEO and web development.

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7 thoughts on “OL Mosquito Trap: A simple science that works

  1. may pa try ba sa bahay

    Posted by alliah | March 13, 2011, 8:07 pm
  2. Great work guys!!!This can truly help a lot to minimize dengue.Where can we buy this trap?Hope many people maging aware nito at makabenefit.

    Posted by Elmer Bering | March 30, 2011, 9:57 pm
  3. it is being distributed by the Department of Science and Technology Regional offices, try approaching them if you want to try.

    Posted by mon | March 31, 2011, 12:27 am
  4. THIS IS THE ONE AND ONLY METHOD THAT CAN GIVE TO PEOPLE TO REDUCE THE DENSITY OF MOSQUITOES AROUND THEIR HOME GARDEN. DOING RESEARCH IS NOT ENOUGH. PEOPLE ARE SHOULD BE GIVEN SOME THING ENABLING TO PARTICIPATE THEM

    Posted by CYRIL DANDENIYA | January 8, 2014, 6:55 am

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