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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".
Pedro – Community Vaccinator
"My neighbours started asking why my chickens were so productive; why the chicks did not die; how could I manage to sell so many chickens and still remain with a big number"
Elinati – Community-Based Poultry Technician
"If it were not for that grass roots enthusiasm, our work would be much more difficult"
Madai – Cooperative Poultry Farmer
A progressive farmer - "Together with nine of my neighbours (four women and six men) I have formed a small group, each raising 50 to 100 birds to produce eggs"
Anastacia – Poultry Farmer and Community Vaccinator
"I charge 2 MZN per bird and, after I have finished vaccinating, return the cost of the bottle of vaccine (25 MZN for 250 doses) to the extension agent"
Laurence – Youth Poultry Farmer
"Chickens give us an income to pay for school and also meat and eggs for my family to eat...I want to be a teacher so I can teach primary school during the day and get a little money, so I can then study at night to become a journalist"
Mafalda – Community Vaccinator
"I feel proud to be a vaccinator because I see the benefit of vaccinating the chickens and most of my neighbours already know me.”
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