People living, working and recreating in and around the communities in which we have been studying are invited to give us feedback and go in the draw to WIN one of five fantastic local prizes!
Debug Innisfail started releasing male non-biting Aedes aegypti mosquitoes back in November last year in Mourilyan, and then South Johnstone and Goondi Bend early this year. Prior to that were many months of talking with the community, setting traps, gathering data, testing equipment and more! Preliminary releases were also rolled out in Silkwood earlier in 2017.
We have reached a point in our research where we’d like to reflect on how things are going, particularly in our efforts around communications and community engagement.
Recording the journey along the way is important to us so that we can understand what the community know about the project and how it has affected them.
The survey should take around five minutes, and to say ‘Thanks’, we’d like to offer all survey participants a chance to win one of five fantastic local prizes:
To give us your valuable feedback and to go in the draw to win, please click on the link to complete the survey online.
If you prefer a paper version, contact 1800 4030 83 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a paper copy to be sent to you.
Thank you and good luck!
(One entry per person only)