Translation:We need vaccinations
It seems to vary. The University of Tanzania's dictionary says "chanjo" is N/N (plural same as singular):
- chanjo nm [i-/zi-]
1 incision, cut, gash
2 vaccination, innoculation
But strangely, the dictionary at http://africanlanguages.com/swahili/ (which is usually good) says that the singular is in noun class 9 and the plural is in noun class 6:
chanjo noun 9/10
1 incision, cut
2 vaccination, inoculation
machanjo pl noun 5/6
See singular chanjo
That's pretty weird, isn't it?
10-MAY-2018: Reported "We need vaccinations" should be an accepted answer.
Isn't that the recommended answer to this question (shown above)? Strange that it rejected it. Could there be one instance of this question that hasn't been corrected?