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Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice Survey to Evaluate Poultry Handling Behaviour among Backyard Poultry Owners and their Families

Abstract:

Because of the significance of poultry for livelihood in Cambodia, poultry vaccination is a likely control method for the spread of AI and may be recommended in the next few years. As of now, the movement study of the virus within poultry species and human host factors that could facilitate likelihood of transmission to human where backyard poultry is common. The result of a pilot knowledge-attitudes-practice (KAP) study (whose project synopsis, description of the study areas and proposed study timeline are provided here) shows that despite widespread knowledge on avian influenza, most rural Cambodians still have high level of at-risk poultry handling. The likelihood of transmission risk of human populations is unknown and needs to be assessed.
The KAP survey is sponsored by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and implemented by the Pasteur Institute of Cambodia (IPC) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF)

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Author / Editor:

Maria VAN KERKHOVE, Sirenda VONG and Davun HOLL

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Post date:

2011-07-19

Country / Region:

Cambodia

Document Location:

Pasteur Institute of Cambodia and the Minnistry of Agriculture, Forestries, and Fisheries

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Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice Survey to Evaluate Poultry Handling Behaviour among Backyard Poultry Owners and their Families