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World Health Organization : Year 1991, Kappeler Wandeler Nepal Report 1989 - in English: Dog Population Studies Related to a Vaccination Campaign Against Rabies in Lalitpur City, Nepal

By Andreas Kappeler

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Title: World Health Organization : Year 1991, Kappeler Wandeler Nepal Report 1989 - in English: Dog Population Studies Related to a Vaccination Campaign Against Rabies in Lalitpur City, Nepal  
Author: Andreas Kappeler
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Kappeler, A. (n.d.). World Health Organization : Year 1991, Kappeler Wandeler Nepal Report 1989 - in English. Retrieved from http://ebooklibrary.org/


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We are very grateful to Dr D.D. Joshi, who dedicated a lot of his time to the development of the whole programme. His continuous help greatly facilitated our field work. Special thanks are also due to Dr T.N. Vaidya, who is coordinating the national project, Mr R.B. Karki, the local programme coordinator, and Dr Ann Dernburg, representative of V‚t‚rinaires sans frontières VSF, France. We, and the campaign in its whole, owe a lot to Mr A. Gautam. He helped us in every possible way, although he had more than enough to do with keeping the vaccination campaign running, motivating vaccinators, instructing public health workers, and many things more. Still, he kept smiling all the time.

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CONTENTS Acknowledgements 3 1. Introduction 4 2. Purpose of the study 5 3. Study area and mass vaccination campaign 5 3.1. Study area 5 3.2. Mass vaccination campaign 7 4. Material and methods 7 4.1. Material 7 4.1.1. Maps 7 4.1.2. Dog collars 8 4.2. Methods 8 4.2.1. Questionnaire survey 8 4.2.2. Number of vaccinated dogs 8 4.2.3. Mapping of vaccination centers 8 4.2.4. Photographic capture and recapture 9 4.2.4.1. Collection of data 9 4.2.4.2. Photographic (re)capture tours 9 4.2.4.3. Data evaluation 10 4.2.5. Estimation of vaccination coverage and catchment area of vaccination centers 11 4.2.5.1. Dog activity 11 4.2.5.2. Collar control tours 11 4.2.5.3. Data evaluation 11 4.2.6. Estimation of the total dog population 14 5. Results 14 5.1. Mass vaccination campaign 14 5.1.1. Number of vaccinated dogs 14 5.1.2. Origin of vaccinated dogs from different wards 16 5.2. Dog population parameters 17 5.2.1. Sex ratio 17 5.2.2. Age structure 18 5.2.3. Dog population size 20

 

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