The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) has launched a campaign in Iqbal Town to educate people about anti-dengue measures.
The LWMC Communication Department started the drive for those living along the Iqbal Town drain. People were asked to adopt precautionary measures against the dengue fever. An awareness walk was taken out, camps were set up and door-to-door counselling was arranged.
According to an LWMC spokesperson, Helpline 1139 has been put on alert for citizens to register their complaints or give feedback regarding cleanliness.
Operations Manager Saeed Khan, Deputy Manager Shafqat Rasool and Assistant Manager Rehman Rashid led the campaign.
Published in The Express Tribune, August 25th, 2014.
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