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This image was captured on August 29, 2013, and shows a number of men working together in order to bleed a camel during a brucellosis study in Marsabit County, Kenya. Kenya has been conducting such studies in an effort to strengthen human-animal health collaboration, and to determine the burden of brucellosis in animals and humans in pastoralist communities. Camel bleeding is a difficult process, requiring the participation of both veterinary, and medical Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) residents. The multidisciplinary team from both human, and animal health services demonstrates the collaborative spirit necessary for the One Health initiative. The gloved individual is Dr. Kimani from the Ministry of Livestock.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Nelson Mwangi Muriu, Kenya
Creation Date:2013
Photo Credit:Nelson Mwangi Muriu, Kenya
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