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close this bookVector and Pest Control in Refugee Situations (United Nations High Commission for Refugee, 1997, 124 p.)
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View the documentPreface
View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Factors influencing the spread of vectors in refugee camps
View the document3. Arthropods of medical importance
Open this folder and view contents4. Mosquitos
Open this folder and view contents5. Non-biting flies
Open this folder and view contents6. Lice
Open this folder and view contents7. Fleas
Open this folder and view contents8. Bed bugs
Open this folder and view contents9. Human scabies mites
Open this folder and view contents10. Ticks
Open this folder and view contents11. Other arthropods of medical importance
Open this folder and view contents12. Snails hosts of schistosomes
Open this folder and view contents13. Commensal rodents
Open this folder and view contents14. Organisation of a control programme
Open this folder and view contents15. Pesticides
Open this folder and view contents16. Safe use of insecticides
View the documentGlossary
View the documentBibliographic selection
View the documentAnnex 1. Some arthropods and their importance to health
View the documentAnnex 2. Morphological characteristics of some arthropods of medical importance
View the documentAnnex 3. Reporting form for spraying operations
View the documentAnnex 4. Calculation of the quantity of solution and insecticide for use in treatments
View the documentAnnex 5. Determination of the insecticide concentration for use in a sprayer
View the documentAnnex 6. Preparation of a solution from an insecticide formulation
View the documentAnnex 7. Preparation of a solution from an emulsifiable concentrate
View the documentAnnex 8. Calculation of the quantity and dilution of insecticide for use in impregnation of fabrics
View the documentAnnex 9. Calculation of the quantity of molluscicide for use in a waterway

Annex 3. Reporting form for spraying operations

PRODUCT USED (a): ___________;

TO CONTROL (b) ____________

Country: _______________


Date: ______________

Camp: _______________


Name of team leader: __________

Place

Target zone

Treatment
cycle

Dose in g
of a.i./m2

Quantity used
(litres or kg)

Application
methods

Concentration
of formulation
in g/I

Concentration
of formulation
as %

Camp zone

- shelters (blind
- latrines
- garbage bins
- garbage pits
- staff accommodation







Hospitals

- kitchens
- latrines
- garbage bins







Schools

- latrines
- garbage bins







Stores








Drainage areas

- soakpits
- near water sources
- water points







N.B.

(a) = chemical product used and type of formulation [emulsifiable concentrate (EC), wettable powder (WP), etc.]


(b) = target organism