Factors Influencing Polio Vaccination Among Children Under 5 Years In Banadir, Somalia
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Factors Influencing Polio Vaccination Among Children Under 5 Years In Banadir, Somalia
Lack of vaccination against diseases is a major cause of morbidity and mortality among children below the age of 5 years. Factors contributing to incomplete or totally lack of vaccination include knowledge and attitude of caregivers and health workers, healthcare information seeking behaviour among others. The main objective of this study was to investigate factors influencing polio vaccination among children under 5 years in Banadir, Somalia. Interviews were conducted using a semi structured questionnaire. The population was divided into clusters i.e Hodon and Heliwa districts. A sample size of 385 was used where 257 and 128 caregivers were randomly interviewed in Hodon and Heliwa districtsDownloadViews: 437

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