Mobile Pastoralists in Africa: A Blind Spot in Global Health Surveillance. Tropical medicine & international health : TM & IH Wild, H. n., Mohammed Ali, S. n., Bassirou, B. n., Tschopp, R. n., Barry, M. n., Zinsstag, J. n. 2020


Mobile pastoralists subsist primarily on herds of livestock such as camels, cattle, and goats, migrating seasonally to access water and grazing areas. Speculative estimates of their global population have ranged from 50-200 million, while others have suggested that the number of pastoralists in Africa alone may equal these figures.

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