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Perception of the community on the zoonosis in Surajpur District of Chhattisgarh

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Dr. Namita Shukla and Dr. Om Prakash
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

The present study was conducted with the aim of assessing the perception of the community on zoonosis in Surajpur district of Chhattisgarh. The Study was conducted in all six block of Surajpur District of Chhattisgarh which is located in northeast direction of Chhattisgarh. A questionnaire based cross sectional study was design to look on the perception of the community on zoonosis. The respondent were stratified in to four group Veterinarian, Physician, Livestock owner and pet owner A simple random sampling method was employed for sampling of data from Livestock owner and pet owner. A data from Physician and Veterinarian were collected by visiting on their posting area of different block of Surajur district. Each respondent was interviewed with schedule containing open and close ended question on various aspect of zoonotic disease to test their knowledge and awareness about zoonotic disease. The data was qualitative based and were analyzed and result were prepared to assess awareness and knowledge of zoonosis. Most of respondent of Livestock owner have no knowledge about zoonosis About 20% pet owner have knowledge about zoonotic disease. Although about all the 100% respondent well know that rabies was due to dog bite.. Respondent was asked if they was aware of disease that cause abortion in cattle and transmitted to human. but only 30% of livestock owner and pet owner were aware of such a disease Few of them, aware of transmission zoonotic disease to human being through contaminated. milk, meat, air, feed and through contact with infected animal. Livestock owner have a lack of knowledge about proper disposal of animal waste. Most of livestock owner have no knowledge about food hygiene as preventive measure form zoonosis. Therefore form the present study may be concluded that there is a need to create awareness and improve knowledge of livestock farmer and pet owner toward zoonotic for it effective containment.

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