Report 
  Title  
  Education and Training For Pest Control: Perspectives and Significant Points
  Author  
  Osmar Malaspina and Priscila Cintra-socolowski
  Abstract  
  Poor sanitation and housing, coupled with low coverage and quality of health services, leading to deterioration and worsening of the nutritional conditions of people. Without clean water and proper handling of waste in urban areas, increases the incidence of diarrhea and other infectious and parasitic diseases, and diseases caused or transmitted by arthropods. These animals are the ones that affect the quality of life of men through its mere presence, the ability to cause damage to agriculture and food storage, affecting residential structures, or by causing constant threat to public health.