Dengue the Deadly Killer

Government statistics put the latest figure of afflicted at 1,227 with 16 among them having died. Children have proved to be the most vulnerable group. Monsoon which is the high risk season is not even half-way through. So, the worries deepen.



Emergency Control Room at National Scout Bhaban, Kakrail

For monitoring dengue cases, raising public awareness throughout the 
country, anti-dengue cleaning drive, blood donors:
Call: 933-3651, 933-7714, 934-2058



Dhaka Hospital Telephone Numbers

Dhaka Medical College Hospital           

50.01.21-5, 50.50.25-9     

Diabetic Hospital                            


Central Hospital  966.00.15-9
Comfort Nursing Home  812.49.90  
PG Hospital                           

861.25.50-4, 861.45.45-9

Holy FamilyHospital 


Shishu Hospital                                     

ICDDRB      881.17.51-60

Bangladesh Medical College Hospital       

911.82.02, 912.07.92-3, 811.58.43,

Monwara Hospital          831.81.35, 831.85.29, 831.98.02,
Samorita Hospital                913.19.01
New Al-Raji Hospital     

862.88.20-1, 861.12.13

Pongu Hospital     

911.21.50, 911.40.75, 811.48.12,

National Heart Institute & Hospital  

811.40.89, 912.25.60


811.46.66-75, 882.27.79

Islamia Eye Hospital


Medinova Medical 

862.03.53-7, 861.85.83

Al-Raji Hospital     

811.92.29, 911.77.75, 812.11.72

Ibne Sina Hospital     




Dhaka City Corporation Wireless Control Room (Nagar Bhaban)

Open 24/24 with Rapid Action Force and

Ambulance for dengue patients.

Call: 955-6014



Bishwa Shahittya Kendra Dengue Cell

Open 12h-21h everyday except Tuesday for Special Prevention Programme on dengue case/area reported.

Call: 966-0812, 861-8567, 017-612565



Natural Disaster Control Room, Directorate of Health Services, Ministry of Health, Government of Bangladesh

for official reporting & record of dengue cases in Bangladesh.

Call: 881-8736, 881-9353



Donate and/or collect blood from Quantum Lab

1/1 Pioneer Road, Kakrail, Dhaka

Call: 935-1969, 832-2987


Disclaimer: All information shown here are from different sources. The SDNP is not responsible for any inaccuracy in them.

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