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Erratum to: Stereotypes, prejudices and exclusion of Fulani pastoralists in Ghana

The Original Article was published on 04 November 2015


Following publication of the original version [1] of the article of the Pastoralism Journal 2015, it was bought to our attention that an authors name was incorrectly published. The authors name should be presented as “Nikolaus Schareika” and not “Nicholaus Schareika”.


  1. Bukari, KN, and N Schareika. 2015. Accrediting retail drug shops to strengthen Tanzania’s public health system: an ADDO case study. Pastoralism 5:20.

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Correspondence to Kaderi Noagah Bukari.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s13570-015-0043-8.

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Bukari, K.N., Schareika, N. Erratum to: Stereotypes, prejudices and exclusion of Fulani pastoralists in Ghana. Pastoralism 5, 24 (2015).

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