Human and Animal Vaccination Delivery to Remote Nomadic Families, Chad
Esther Schelling*1 , Mahamat Bechir†, Mahamat Abdoulaye Ahmed†, Kaspar Wyss*, Thomas F. Randolph‡, and Jakob Zinsstag*
Author affiliations: *Swiss Tropical Institute, Basel, Switzerland; †Centre de Support en Santé Internationale-Institut Tropical Suisse, N’Djaména, Chad; ‡International Livestock Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya;
Figure. Polio vaccination of a nomadic child in Chad. While children and woman in the camp received vaccinations by public health workers, the livestock in the camp received vaccinations by veterinarians. Source: Project Santé des Nomades au Tchad.
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