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Promoting Access to Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) Vaccine and Vaccination in Tanzania; Baseline Study in Manyara Region- Draft Report

Author: Prof. Philemon Wambura, Dr. Mirende Kichuki, Dr. Sultan J. Hussein

Year: 2014

About this Publication:

This study was carried out in order to i) establish the extent of the CCPP problem in Mbulu, Babati, Hanang, Kiteto & Simanjiro districts, ii) understand the knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) on the methods of prevention of CCPP, iii) understand the CCPP control measures that are currently being used in the districts, iv) establish the status of CCPP vaccine distribution and use. Results from the study would form the basis for the GALVmed long-term objective of promoting access to CCPP vaccine and vaccination in Africa.

Grant: PLSHL2

Subject Areas: Research and Development

Diseases: Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia


Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia, Disease Control, Disease Prevelance, Disease Prevention, Economic significance of Infection, Research and Development, Vaccination, Vaccine Development,


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