Growing Popularity Of Immunizations Among Tanzania’s Maasai Presents Successes, Challenges

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“…With the increasing popularity of immunization among the Maasai, and Tanzanian population as a whole, the key challenge health teams now face is one of supply, not demand. More children are requesting vaccinations than local stocks are equipped for, particularly in the most remote regions where accurate headcounts are not possible…” (Senthilingam, 12/11).

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