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Assessment Of Factors Affecting Adoption Of Control Measures Against Rabies In Mwala Sub-county, Machakos County, Kenya
Control of rabies in Kenya is of major importance. Machakos county has reported the highest number of rabies cases nationally. Adoption of rabies control measures by residents is determined by various factors including the proportion of households with dogs vaccinated against rabies among others. The study involved 397 residents of 6 wards in Mwala sub-county, Machakos County, Kenya where the sampling frame was the number of households in each ward with dogs eligible for vaccination. A structured questionnaire and an interview guide were used to collect both quantitative and qualitative data. Analysis was done using SPSS version 26.0 and Ms. Excel version 8.
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