The first phase of this activity was held from 8th to 10th March 2019 with almost 400 school children from the age of 9 to 12 years old involved. Similar to the last year activity, a questionnaire was distributed to the school children to answer before the facilitators introduced few activities to get them to know bacteria and viruses than can cause diseases, how that diseases can be transmitted and the consequences to human health. The children were also taught about common ways germs can spread using baby powder as an analogy for germs. The activity was then followed up by wash hands demonstration because by simply washing your hands can help prevent germs spread, and the children can implement it in their daily life.
The second phase of this activity was held at the end of March, 29th to 31st March. The same activity as the first phase was again repeated with the school children. The activities run by the facilitators are based on the module developed by Project Leader, Prof. Dato’ Dr. Abdul Rashid Khan, and his team. Every phases of the activity involved the same group of children until the end of the activity in third phases. Again, at the end of the third phase which was conducted from 12th to 14th April, a questionnaire was distributed to seek whether the activities done repeatedly for 3 phases has affected their lifestyle or knowledge of diseases transmission. The analysis done with the questionnaires will later improve the module before it can be published and use by educators and researchers.