Perceptions About Zika-related Prevention Behaviors in the Dominican Republic: Findings and Implications from a Qualitative Study

In April 2018, the Breakthrough ACTION project conducted a qualitative exploration of the perception of the effectiveness and feasibility of Zika prevention behaviors among pregnant women, men with a pregnant partner and women likely to become pregnant in the near future in the Dominican Republic.

This research report (available in English and Spanish) details the findings of the in-depth interviews and focus group discussions conducted in the Dominican Republic, and provides implications for behavior change programs.

Resource Type(s)
Report
Topic(s)
Family Planning
Prevention
Research
Sexual Transmission
Audience(s)
NGO Workers
Policymakers
Language(s)
English
Spanish
Country(ies)
Dominican Republic
Source(s)
Breakthrough ACTION
U.S. Agency for International Development

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