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Fighting East Coast fever - lessons from Maasailand

An effective delivery system for East Coast fever vaccination has, since 1998, protected over half a million cattle belonging to Maasai pastoralists in northern Tanzania. Following national registration of the vaccine by Tanzania and Kenya, the way is now open for large-scale production and delivery of vaccination services by the private sector.
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