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Well done to the Shrimper's Trust

Pubey

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-33650543

Joking aside, this is massive news and a huge credit must go to the WHO and others. A couple of years ago, 9 polio vaccinators were shot dead in Nigeria - so this outcome is brilliant, given Nigeria is a difficult place to operate.

[barna]I did a study visit to the WHO in Geneva to learn about their polio vaccination programme. They are brilliant and hard-working people. This is a significant milestone towards eradicating this terrible disease[/barna]



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