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Tackling barriers to collective action for effective vaccination campaigns: rabies in rural Africa as an example
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications
AbstractVaccine-based protection in populations that are vulnerable to infectious diseases represents a public good, whose successful attainment requires collective action. We investigated participation in mass domestic dog vaccination against dog-mediated human rabies endemic in Tanzania as a prototypical example of these issues. We employed advertising interventions, text messaging and/or engagement through community leaders, as well as operational adjustments to increase the saliency ofdoi:10.1057/s41599-022-01374-3 fatcat:6zmgivfnnbhclllpp4mowk7y3u