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 (19.04.-28.04.2008)

photograph by Helge Bendl

19.04.08: Laura Ellen Muglia from Nets for Life hands out long-lasting insecticide-treated nets in a village affected by the flooded Zambezi river. Namibia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

20.04.08: Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition boats waiting at Kazungula border post to cross into Botswana. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

21.04.08: Dancers perform in Kachikau village and draw a huge crowd to a malaria awareness activity on the banks of the Chobe river, a tributary to the Zambezi. Botswana

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photograph by Helge Bendl

22.04.08: Women walking off the Kazungula ferry that connects Zambia and Botswana. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

23.04.08: Her Royal Highness Princess Astrid of Belgium visits the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition and joins the crew for a boat ride on the river. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

24.04.08: Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition webmaster Helge Modrow assists journalists preparing stories on World Malaria Day with the upload of pictures via a satellite terminal. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

25.04.08: School children in Livingstone pray for an end of the disease as people around the world commemorate the first ever World Malaria Day. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Modrow

26.04.08: After almost four weeks on the Zambezi, the river crew enjoys a rest day and visits the mighty Victoria Falls. Zambia

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photograph by Helge Bendl

27.04.08: The Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition crosses over the Victoria Falls bridge into Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe

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photograph by Antonin Kratochvil - VII

28.04.08: Dancers in Musuna village perform how malaria patients are suffering. Zimbabwe

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