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

This Library Guide contains published and unpublished information on vaccine hesitancy and related issues in the context of COVID-19 vaccination in Subsaharan Africa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

Yamanis, T., Carlitz, R., Gonyea, O., Skaff, S., Kisanga, N. and Mollel, H., 2023. Confronting ‘chaos’: a qualitative study assessing public health officials’ perceptions of the factors affecting Tanzania’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. BMJ open13(1), p.e065081.

Shayo, E.H., Nassor, N.K., Mboera, L.E., Ngadaya, E., Mangesho, P., Bakari, M., Urassa, M., Seif, M., Tarimo, C., Masemo, A. and Mmbaga, B.T., 2023. The impacts of COVID-19 and its policy response on access and utilization of maternal and child health services in Tanzania: a mixed methods study. PLOS Global Public Health3(5), p.e0001549.

Kandeel, A., Eldeyahy, I., Abu ElSood, H., Fahim, M., Afifi, S., Abu Kamar, S., BahaaEldin, H., Ahmed, E., Mohsen, A. and Abdelghaffar, K., 2023. COVID-19 vaccination coverage in Egypt: a large-scale national survey–to help achieving vaccination target, March-May, 2022. BMC Public Health23(1), p.397.

Mtei, M., Mboya, I.B., Mgongo, M., Manongi, R., Amour, C., Bilakwate, J.S., Nyaki, A.Y., Ngocho, J., Jonas, N., Farah, A. and Amour, M., 2023. Confidence in COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and safety and its effect on vaccine uptake in Tanzania: A community-based cross-sectional study. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics19(1), p.2191576.

Lees, S., Enria, L. and James, M., 2023. Contesting the crisis narrative: epidemic accounts in Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Democratic Republic of the Congo. Disasters.                                                                                                                                                        

Van Espen, M., Dewachter, S. and Holvoet, N., 2023. COVID-19 vaccination willingness in peri-urban Tanzanian communities: Towards contextualising and moving beyond the individual perspective. SSM-Population Health22, p.101381.
Msuya, S.E., Manongi, R.N., Jonas, N., Mtei, M., Amour, C., Mgongo, M.B., Bilakwate, J.S., Amour, M., Kalolo, A., Kapologwe, N. and Kengia, J., 2023. COVID-19 vaccine uptake and associated factors in Sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from a community-based survey in Tanzania. Vaccines11(2), p.465.
Davis Jr, T.P., Yimam, A.K., Kalam, M.A., Tolossa, A.D., Kanwagi, R., Bauler, S., Kulathungam, L. and Larson, H., 2022. Behavioural determinants of COVID-19-vaccine acceptance in rural areas of six lower-and middle-income countries. Vaccines, 10(2), p.214.


Konje, E.T., Basinda, N., Kapesa, A., Mugassa, S., Nyawale, H.A., Mirambo, M.M., Moremi, N., Morona, D. and Mshana, S.E., 2022. The Coverage and Acceptance Spectrum of COVID-19 Vaccines among Healthcare Professionals in Western Tanzania: What Can We Learn from This Pandemic?. Vaccines, 10(9), p.1429.