Do vaccination interventions have effects? A study on how poultry vaccination interventions change smallholder farmer knowledge, attitudes, and practice in villages in Kenya and Tanzania

@inproceedings{Lindahl2018DoVI,
  title={Do vaccination interventions have effects? A study on how poultry vaccination interventions change smallholder farmer knowledge, attitudes, and practice in villages in Kenya and Tanzania},
  author={Johanna Frida Lindahl and Jarrah Young and Amanda J. Wyatt and M. Young and Robyn G Alders and Brigitte Bagnol and Augustino Kibaya and Delia Grace},
  booktitle={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2018}
}
Poultry are important for many poor households in developing countries, but there are many constraints to poultry production, including disease. One of the most important diseases of chickens is Newcastle disease (ND). Even though there are effective vaccines against this disease available in most countries, uptake by small-scale poultry keepers is often low. In this study, two areas in Kenya and Tanzania were studied, where some villages had received additional support to get vaccination and… CONTINUE READING
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