Data for: Drivers of vaccination preferences to protect a low-value livestock resource: Willingness to pay for Newcastle disease vaccines by smallholder households

Published: 31 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hpmh3ty58s.1
Zoë Campbell,
Linus Otieno,
Gabriel Shirima,
Thomas Marsh,
Guy Palmer


Collection date: 2017 Data type: Household survey results Location: Tanzania Sample size: 517 households across six villages in Tanzania Research goals: Describe household level factors that influence willingness to pay for Newcastle disease vaccines used by smallholder farmers to vaccinate their local chickens. The survey includes a willingness to pay activity (double-bounded contingent valuation).



Sociology, Economics, Econometrics, Infectious Disease, Animal Health Economics, Veterinary Behavior, Behavior Change