Zanzibar Static Point Vaccination Campaign and Beta Testing RDC - January 2017 

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1586

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Contributed by

Dane Medina

Keywords

Africa
Zanzibar
Rabies Surveillance System
Surveillance
Rabies Data Collector
RDC
dog

Country

Zanzibar

Date

24 January 17

Credit

© rabiesalliance.org

Camera make / model

X-T1

Source

Digital Camera

Caption

One of the dogs seen during the fieldwork

Notes

In January 2017 GARC visited the Zanzibar project site to discuss the way forward with regards to maintaining and improving the rabies surveillance system that was established in July 2016.

During the course of the site visit, the Rabies Data Collector (RDC) was beta tested during a static point vaccination campaign in order to demonstrate the versatility of the data collection tool.

The vaccination/beta testing event lasted 30 minutes, during which 27 dogs were vaccinated against rabies, while all of the relevant data was captured in a quick and concise manner. The RDC data was used to show the exact location of all of the vaccinated animals, as well as the basic dog demographic data for the community.

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