Baseline Study: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP)
Between April and August 2017, the CAZ project interviewed almost 1,700 women about their knowledge, attitudes and practices related to the Zika virus. Additionally, more than 200 in-depth interviews were conducted with community leaders, health workers and women of reproductive age. The results show that many women have heard about Zika; however, there is still a big gap between knowledge about its transmission and prevention and the practices that families implement daily.
To learn more, we invite you to:
- Read the note about the results of the surveys
- Download the infographic that summarizes the results in Spanish or English
- Download country-specific infographics that summarize the results in Spanish:
- Listen to a discussion of the findings on Radio Cruz Roja