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Global polio eradication initiative - India

Finger marking is a method enabling the vaccinators to know if the child has received the vaccine or not. The vaccinators had to travel more than three hours on the back of a camel to reach this remote hamlet in the Thar Desert in western Rajasthan.

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Polio in India (2004)
Finger marking is a method enabling the vaccinators to know if the child has received the vaccine or not. The vaccinators had to travel more than three hours on the back of a camel to reach this remote hamlet in the Thar Desert in western Rajasthan.