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NISH (NITAG Support Hub) 2: Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy/confidence in Africa

This Library Guide contains published and unpublished information on vaccine hesitancy and related issues in the context of COVID-19 vaccination in Subsaharan Africa

Pubmed : Covid-19 vaccination hesitancy AND Cameroon/Cameroun

Cho, F.N., Ngah, Y.E., Tassang, A.N., Fru, C.N., Kuku Elad, P.C., Jokwi, P.K., Folefac, V.N., Esa, I. and Fru, P.N., 2023. Face mask ownership/utilisation and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy amongst patients recovering from COVID-19 in Cameroon: A cross-sectional study. PloS one18(1), p.e0280269.
Aseneh, J.B., Agbor, V.N., Kadia, B., Okolie, E.A., Ofomata, C.J., Etombi, C.L., Ekaney, D.S.M. and Fru, Y.W.J., 2023. Factors associated with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers in Cameroon and Nigeria: a web-based cross-sectional study. International Health, p.eihad013. (Not OA)
 
Djuikoue, C.I., Kamga Wouambo, R., Pahane, M.M., Demanou Fenkeng, B., Seugnou Nana, C., Djamfa Nzenya, J., Fotso Kamgne, F., Ngalani Toutcho, C., Thumamo Pokam, B.D. and Apalata, T., 2023. Epidemiology of the Acceptance of Anti COVID-19 Vaccine in Urban and Rural Settings in Cameroon. Vaccines11(3), p.625.
 
Onyeaghala, A.A., Anyiam, A.F., Husaini, D.C., Onyeaghala, E.O. and Obi, E., 2023. Herbal Supplements as Treatment Options for COVID-19: A call for Clinical Development of Herbal Supplements for Emerging and Re-Emerging Viral Threats in Sub-Saharan Africa. Scientific African, p.e01627.
 
Djuikoue, C.I., Kamga Wouambo, R., Pahane, M.M., Demanou Fenkeng, B., Seugnou Nana, C., Djamfa Nzenya, J., Fotso Kamgne, F., Ngalani Toutcho, C., Thumamo Pokam, B.D. and Apalata, T., 2023. Epidemiology of the Acceptance of Anti COVID-19 Vaccine in Urban and Rural Settings in Cameroon. Vaccines11(3), p.625.
 
Ajonina-Ekoti, I.U., Ware, K.B., Nfor, C.K., Akomoneh, E.A., Djam, A., Chia-Garba, M., Wepnyu, G.N., Awambeng, D., Abendong, K., Manjong, F.T. and Nwongo, O., 2022. COVID-19 perceptions and vaccine hesitancy: Acceptance, attitude, and barriers among Cameroonians. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 62(6), pp.1823-1829.(Not OA)
 
Amani, A., Bama, S.N., Dia, M., Lekelem, S.N., Linjouom, A., Makembe, H.M., Njoh, A.A., Lekeumo, F.Z.C., Eyebe, S., Nguefack-Tsague, G. and Kamgno, J., 2022. Challenges, best practices, and lessons learned from oral cholera mass vaccination campaign in urban Cameroon during the COVID-19 era. Vaccine. (not OA)
 

Anjorin AA, Odetokun IA, Abioye AI, Elnadi H, Umoren MV, Damaris BF, Eyedo J, Umar HI, Nyandwi JB, Abdalla MM, Tijani SO, Awiagah KS, Idowu GA, Fabrice SNA, Maisara AMO, Razouqi Y, Mhgoob ZE, Parker S, Asowata OE, Adesanya IO, Obara MA, Jaumdally S, Kitema GF, Okuneye TA, Mbanzulu KM, Daitoni H, Hallie EF, Mosbah R, Fasina FO. Will Africans take COVID-19 vaccination? PLoS One. 2021 Dec 1;16(12):e0260575. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0260575

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8635331/

Dinga JN, Sinda LK, Titanji VPK. Assessment of Vaccine Hesitancy to a COVID-19 Vaccine in Cameroonian Adults and Its Global Implication. Vaccines (Basel). 2021 Feb 19;9(2):175. doi: 10.3390/vaccines9020175.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7922050/

Kemeugni Ngandjon J, Ostermann T, Kenmoe V, Laengler A. Insights into Predictors of Vaccine Hesitancy and Promoting Factors in Childhood Immunization Programs-A Cross-Sectional Survey in Cameroon.International journal of environmental research and public health. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2022 Feb 26;19(5):2721. doi: 10.3390/ijerph19052721

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8910338/

Sallam M, Al-Sanafi M, Sallam M. A Global Map of COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Rates per Country: An Updated Concise Narrative Review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. 2022 Jan 11;15:21-45. doi: 10.2147/JMDH.S347669

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8760993/

Dinga, J.N., Sinda, L.K. and Titanji, V.P., 2021. Assessment of vaccine hesitancy to a COVID-19 vaccine in Cameroonian adults and its global implication. Vaccines, 9(2), p.175.

https://www.mdpi.com/2076-393X/9/2/175

Adidja A, Boum Y, Ongolo-Zogo P. Cameroon: doubt could mean vaccine doses expire. Nature. 2021 Jul;595(7865):30. doi: 10.1038/d41586-021-01784-4. PMID: 34188216.(Pubmed) (Not OA)

 

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Dinga, J.N., Njoh, A.A., Gamua, S.D., Muki, S.E. and Titanji, V.P., 2022. Factors Driving COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Cameroon and Their Implications for Africa: A Comparison of Two Cross-Sectional Studies Conducted 19 Months Apart in 2020 and 2022. Vaccines, 10(9), p.1401.
 
Gunawardhana, N., Baecher, K., Boutwell, A., Pekwarake, S., Kifem, M., Ngong, M.G., Fondzeyuf, A., Halle-Ekane, G., Mbah, R., Tih, P. and Dionne-Odom, J., 2022. COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and perceived risk among pregnant and non-pregnant adults in Cameroon, Africa. Plos one, 17(9), p.e0274541.

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Alam, A., Khan, A., Imam, N., Siddiqui, M.F., Waseem, M., Malik, M.Z. and Ishrat, R., 2020. Design of an epitope-based peptide vaccine against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2): a vaccine-informatics approach. BioRxiv.
 
Onovo, A.A., Atobatele, A., Kalaiwo, A., Obanubi, C., James, E., Gado, P., Odezugo, G., Ogundehin, D., Magaji, D. and Russell, M., 2020. Using supervised machine learning and empirical Bayesian kriging to reveal correlates and patterns of COVID-19 disease outbreak in sub-Saharan Africa: exploratory data analysis. medRxiv. (Preprint - not peer-reviewed)
 
Sallam, M., Al-Sanafi, M. and Sallam, M., 2022. A global map of COVID-19 vaccine acceptance rates per country: an updated concise narrative review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 15, p.21.