What is Social distancing?
These days it means avoiding large gatherings and maintaining the distance of at least 3 feet or 1 meter from others to stop the spread of Corona virus.
1. Avoid shaking hands and hugging. Greet each other by saying Salaam/Hello from a distance of 1 meter.
2. Follow the government’s guidance by avoiding large gatherings in public spaces such as malls, cinemas, restaurants and other clubs/conference halls.
3. Avoid unnecessary use of public transport and change your travel times to avoid being around large groups of people, when possible.
4. Avoid contact with someone who is showing respiratory symptoms including cough, runny nose, fever, difficulty in breathing and body aches.
5. Avoid gatherings with friends and family. Stay in touch with each other using remote technology such as phones and social media.
6. Contact your medical doctor or call the help line for more information about COVID-19 and the need for hospital consultation or referral.
7. If possible, work from home to protect yourself and your family. While at home, regularly open windows to ventilate rooms with fresh air.
8. If you have to go to the grocery store/market/bank, keep a distance of at least 3 feet (1 meter) from other people to minimize the risk of spreading the virus
Resource Materials for COVID-19
Other useful publications:
4) FAO has developed a simple fact sheet on the impact of Covid-19 on food and agriculture as there are major concern for food security linked to the disruption
of the food supply chain that may come as a result of workers’ sickness and the economic crisis
سماجی دوری کیا ہے؟
آئمہ کرام سے التماس ہے کہ ہر باجماعت نماز کے بعد درج ذیل پیغامات واضح طور پر دیں اور ان پر عمل کی تاکید کریں۔آپ سے یہ بھی درخواست ہے کہ لاوڈسپیکر کے زریعے بھی عوام کو آگا کریں
کورونا ایک متعدی یعنی ایک سے دوسرے شخص سے منتقل ہونے والا وائرس ہے
کورونا وائرس کے جراثیم کی منتقلی متاثرہ شخص کے کھانسنے ، چھینکنےیا جراثییم زدہ اشیا ء کوچھونے سے ہوتی ہے
اس بیماری سے بچنے کے لیے ضروری ہے کہ
نماز کے لیےوضو گھر سے کرکے آئیں
باجماعت فرض نماز سے پہلے کی سنتیں گھر میں پڑھ کر ائیں
باجماعت نماز کے دوران دو صفحوں کے درمیان ایک صف خالی چھوڑیں اور صف کے اند دو لوگوں کے درمیاں ایک بندے کی جگہ خالی چھوڑیں
آیمہ حضرات نماز جمعہ میں بھی اور دوسری نمازوں میں اختصار سے کام لیں
اپنے ہاتھوں کو بار بار صابن اور صاف پانی سے کم از کم 20 سیکنڈ تک دھوئیں
کھانسی یا چھینک آنے پر منہ اور ناک کو ہاتھوں کی بجائے بازو یا ٹشو پیپر سے ڈھانپیں اور استعمال شدہ ٹشو پیپر کو فوری طو ر پر ڈھانپے ہوئے کچرے کے ڈبے میں ڈالیں
آنکھ، ناک یا ،منہ کو ہاتھ مت لگائیں
ہاتھ ملانےاور گلے ملنے سے گریز کریں
بزرگ لوگ زیادہ احتیاط کریں
غیر ضروری سفر کرنے اور ہجوم والی جگہوں پر جانے سے اجتناب کریں۔ کوشش کریں کہ زیادہ وقت گھر پر گزاریں
Key Components of Clean Green Pakistan Movement
Clean Green Pakistan envisioned as a people led movement which aims to bring a behavioral change in the public in order to achieve a sustainable and safe environment for Pakistan.
Hygiene refers to behaviours that can improve cleanliness and lead to good health, such asRead More
Hygiene refers to behaviours that can improve cleanliness and lead to good health, such as frequent hand washing, face washing, and bathing with soap and water. In many areas of the world, practicing personal hygiene etiquette is difficult due to lack of clean water and soap. Many diseases can be spread if the hands, face, or body are not washed appropriately at key times.
It is estimated that washing hands with soap and water could reduce diarrheal disease-associated deaths by up to 50%. A large percentage of foodborne disease outbreaks are spread by contaminated hands. Appropriate hand washing practices can reduce the risk of foodborne illness and other infections.
LIQUID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Liquid waste management is collection, treatment and disposal of sewage as well as the protectionRead More
LIQUID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Liquid waste management is collection, treatment and disposal of sewage as well as the protection of the environment from polluted runoff. Largely, the liquid waste in urban areas of Pakistan is processed by sewer systems and individual septic systems, being managed by municipalities, WASAs, WSSCs and Housing Authorities. The non-point source pollution is a major contributor of liquid waste that includes runoff from farming activities, failed septic systems, vehicles and gardening products. Effluent from non-point sources is often not managed by community drainage systems. A liquid waste management plan (LWMP) guides these activities, and is designed specifically to meet the needs of individual areas, based on technical and regulatory requirements, as well as input from the community.
Sanitation is one of the essential necessities of human life and its dignity. Access to sanitation services is a basic right implied inRead More
Sanitation is one of the essential necessities of human life and its dignity. Access to sanitation services is a basic right implied in the Constitution of Pakistan under the Article 9, “No person shall be deprived of life or liberty, save in accordance with the law.” United Nations General Assembly, on 28 July 2010, through Resolution 64/292, explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realisation of all human rights. Poor sanitation harms the human health also gives birth to multiple socio-economic and environmental concerns. Inadequate disposal of human excreta and personal hygiene are associated with a range of diseases including polio, diarrheal diseases, jaundice, typhoid, malaria, dengue viral fever and cholera. The economic costs poor bear for cure of these diseases (i.e. expense on medical treatment, loss of productive time and loss of income) pushes them deeper into the vicious cycle of poverty, and the economic cost of poor water and sanitation services is estimated to be around 3.94% of the GDP of Pakistan.Under Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Safely Managed Sanitation services are defined as: population using an improved sanitation facility (including a hand washing facility with water and soap) that is not shared with other households and where the excreta are safely disposed in situ or transported and treated off-site.
Pakistan only has 5% of forest landcover as opposed to an internationally set standard of 25%. In order to increase the forestRead More
Pakistan only has 5% of forest landcover as opposed to an internationally set standard of 25%. In order to increase the forest coverage, plantation is included as a main component of the CGPM. The program is executed in 100 districts by the Ministry of Climate Change and the Wildlife Departments with a total cost of PKR 3.652 billion over a time period of 5 years (2016-2021). Increase in forest area will also result in revival of wildlife resources and strengthening the zoological surveys of Pakistan.
Safe Drinking Water
Clean water is an essential element for human health, wellbeing and prosperity. Whether used for drinking, cleaning,Read More
SAFE DRINKING WATER
Clean water is an essential element for human health, wellbeing and prosperity. Whether used for drinking, cleaning, food production or industrial output, access to sufficient water resources is a basic human need. Access to sanitation services is a basic right implied in the Constitution of Pakistan under the Article 9, “No person shall be deprived of life or liberty, save in accordance with the law.” United Nations General Assembly, on 28 July 2010, through Resolution 64/292, explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realisation of all human rights. Access to sufficient and safe sanitation facilities is also vital for hygiene, disease prevention, and human health. Under Sustainable Development Goals, safely managed water services are defined as: Population using an improved drinking water source, which is:
- Located in premises
- Available when needed
- Free of faecal and priority chemical contamination.
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Solid waste is the material that is discarded because it has served its purpose or is no longer useful. Inadequate mechanisms and approachesRead More
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Solid waste is the material that is discarded because it has served its purpose or is no longer useful. Inadequate mechanisms and approaches for disposing off municipal and other solid waste can create unhygienic and poor sanitation situations along with leading towards pollution and outbreaks of vector borne diseases. Solid Waste Management offers solutions for recycling items that do not belong to garbage or trash. Waste management is all about how solid waste can be changed and used as a valuable resource. Solid waste management should be embraced by each and every household including entrepreneurs and business organizations. The main sources of Solid Waste creation are residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and agricultural activities.