30.03.-08.04.2008 | 09.04.-18.04.2008 | 19.04.-28.04.2008 | 29.04-08.05.2008 | 09.05.-18.05.2008 | 19.05.-28.05.2008 | 29.05.-02.06.2008


Pictures of previous days (09.04.-18.04.2008)

photograph by Ron Haviv - VII

April 9: People present their children's medical records in order to obtain insecticide treated nets and malaria tests. Zambia

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photograph by Ron Haviv - VII

April 10: A Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition boat on its way to a bed net distribution activity in Lukulu. Zambia

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photograph by Ron Haviv - VII

April 11: Children in Mongu welcome the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition boats. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

April 12: When the Zambezi overflows its banks, the Lozi king moves his palace to higher grounds. The Kuomboka ceremony is one of the major cultural events in the Barotse floodplains. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

13.04.08: The medical team of a Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition boat approaches a remote village in the Barotse floodplains to distribute long-lasting insecticide-treated mosquito nets. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

14.04.08: In Senanga, nurse Sandra Mwansokola tests the blood of a young boy for malaria parasites. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

15.04.08: The Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition team on its way to Sioma where the boats will be portaged around a waterfall. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

16.04.08: A traditional dancer entertains villagers in Sesheke province before long-lasting insecticide-treated mosquito nets are distributed. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

17.04.08: Children at Yeta hospital in Sesheke receive long-lasting insecticide-treated nets donated by Sumitomo Chemical. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

18.04.08: The Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition team heads to the Nambian town of Katima Mulilo. Namibia

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