The campaign against anemia and parasites is a mayor activity called school campaign. The school children are visited in school and checked for their health. This exam is done on children of the first and second grade, and teenagers in seventh and eighth grade. They are checked for blood, eyes and mouth hygiene. If a problem exists, the child receives a written recommendation for the child to be taken to a medical check-up with a doctor or sometimes the treatment is taken care of right away. Children are given a medication against vermin. The importance of this is that children without worms concentrate better and can be more alert in school.