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Mariana – Community Vaccinator
"I am very happy to be a vaccinator because I am increasing my own flock size and I am getting some money to buy salt, soap and other small things."
Adelaide – Poultry Farmer
"Mine and my neighbours’ chickens used to die a lot - mainly during the months of July and August"
Jorge – Poultry Farmer
"The survival rate of my chickens is higher and if all goes well, shortly I can increase my flock size even more."
Adelia – Community Vaccinator
"During the last vaccination campaign, I vaccinated 3193 chickens and earned 2300.00 meticais (51 AUD)."
Caciano – Community Vaccinator
"During the March 2017 vaccination campaign, I vaccinated 2,150 chickens and received 1745.00 meticais (38 AUD) plus 5 kg of beans."
Joaquina – Poultry Farmer
"July is usually the critical month because when the mango trees start to flower, the disease appears and kills lots of chickens in my area."
Florinda and Custodio – Community Vaccinators
"We eat chicken regularly now. And on special occasions we sell chickens to pay for expenses."
Victoria – Youth Community Vaccinator
"I am keen to continue with the work of vaccinating chickens, not just because it brings a small income but because it is recognised and appreciated by chicken owners generally."
Jacqueline – Poultry Farmer
"This year has been particularly dry, no rain and there are no green vegetables in the farms, and so the chickens have been very important to feed my children".
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