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CLIMATE-CHANGE/DROUGHT-ZIMBABWE
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December 06, 2019
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia,...
Victoria Falls, Zambia
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia, following a prolonged drought, December 5, 2019. Picture taken December 5, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
CLIMATE-CHANGE/DROUGHT-ZIMBABWE
RTX7BZY1
December 06, 2019
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia,...
Victoria Falls, Zambia
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia, following a prolonged drought, December 5, 2019. Picture taken December 5, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
CLIMATE-CHANGE/DROUGHT-ZIMBABWE
RTX7BZXX
December 06, 2019
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia,...
Victoria Falls, Zambia
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia, following a prolonged drought, December 5, 2019. Picture taken December 5, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
CLIMATE-CHANGE/DROUGHT-ZIMBABWE
RTX7BZXV
December 06, 2019
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia,...
Victoria Falls, Zambia
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls
A dry section of the Zambezi river is seen above the gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia, following a prolonged drought, December 5, 2019. Picture taken December 5, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/VICTORIAFALLS
RTS8PU9
March 01, 2016
Visitors walk along a pathway at Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia...
Victoria Falls, Zambia
Visitors walk along a pathway at Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia...
Visitors walk along a pathway at Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Picture taken February 27, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Brock
AFRICA-DROUGHT/VICTORIAFALLS
RTS8PU7
March 01, 2016
A general view of the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe....
Victoria Falls, Zambia
A general view of the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe...
A general view of the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Picture taken February 27, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Brock
AFRICA-DROUGHT/VICTORIAFALLS
RTS8PU0
March 01, 2016
A general view of the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe....
Victoria Falls, Zambia
A general view of the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe...
A general view of the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Picture taken February 27, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Brock
MOZAMBIQUE/
RTXSJ8D
September 22, 2010
Local fishermen row their traditional canoe at Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010....
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
Local fishermen row their traditional canoe at Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province
Local fishermen row their traditional canoe at Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 80 percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MOZAMBIQUE/
RTXSJ8C
September 22, 2010
A local woman waits with her children for her husband to return from fishing in the Cahora Bassa dam...
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
A local woman waits with her children for her husband to return from fishing in the Cahora Bassa dam...
A local woman waits with her children for her husband to return from fishing in the Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 80 percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: SOCIETY ENERGY BUSINESS)
MOZAMBIQUE/
RTXSJ8B
September 22, 2010
Crocodiles are seen in Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi...
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
Crocodiles are seen in Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province
Crocodiles are seen in Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 80 percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
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September 22, 2010
A worker walks past the turbines beneath the Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora...
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
A worker walks past the turbines beneath the Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province
A worker walks past the turbines beneath the Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 80 percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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RTXSJ7Y
September 22, 2010
A view of Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River,...
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
A view of Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province
A view of Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 80 percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. RETUERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
MOZAMBIQUE/
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September 22, 2010
A view of the Zambezi river below Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa...
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
A view of the Zambezi river below Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province
A view of the Zambezi river below Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 8o percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. RETUERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
MOZAMBIQUE/
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September 22, 2010
A view of Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River,...
CAHORA BASSA, Mozambique
A view of Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province
A view of Cahora Bassa dam in Tete province, September 22, 2010. Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, is the fourth largest artificial lake in Africa and 80 percent of the power generated by the dam is currently sold to South Africa. RETUERS/Goran Tomasevic (MOZAMBIQUE - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ZAMBIA/
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April 25, 2010
A villager walks away with relief aid donated by the Muslim Social Welfare Trust to victims of floods...
CHAIWA, Zambia
A villager walks away with relief aid donated by the Muslim Social Welfare Trust to victims of floods...
A villager walks away with relief aid donated by the Muslim Social Welfare Trust to victims of floods and droughts in Chaiwa, in the lower Zambezi region April 24, 2010. Residents of Chiawa in the Kafue constituency have been affected by flooding of the Zambezi river, caused by the opening of water spill way gates on the Kariba Dam, and food shortages resulting from elephants consuming available food sources. The Trust has donated approximately 65 million Zambian Kwacha ($13,845) in relief aid to over 200 families in the area, local media reported. Picture taken April 24, 2010. REUTERS/Mackson Wasamunu (ZAMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER)
Health
Health
Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition – 24 Apr 2008
32 PICTURES
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZTCK
April 23, 2008
Belgium's Princess Astrid (2nd R) waves on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the...
Livingstone, Zambia
Belgium's Princess Astrid waves on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Belgium's Princess Astrid (2nd R) waves on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore village about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZTC4
April 23, 2008
Belgium's Princess Astrid (2nd L) poses with the members of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition,...
Livingstone, Zambia
Belgium's Princess Astrid poses with the team of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Belgium's Princess Astrid (2nd L) poses with the members of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition, Zimbabwe's Time Kurothwi (L), Switzerland's Andy Leeman (C), Germany's Herge Bendl (2nd R) and New Zeland's Leo Fahey (R) in the Katombore village about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
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April 23, 2008
Belgium's Princess Astrid waves on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Livingstone, Zambia
Belgium's Princess Astrid waves on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Belgium's Princess Astrid waves on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore village about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZTBQ
April 23, 2008
Belgium's Princess Astrid (2nd L) sits on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the...
Livingstone, Zambia
Belgium's Princess Astrid sits on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Belgium's Princess Astrid (2nd L) sits on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore village about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
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April 23, 2008
Belgium's Princess Astrid sits on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Livingstone, Zambia
Belgium's Princess Astrid sits on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Belgium's Princess Astrid sits on a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore village about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZTBK
April 23, 2008
Belgium's Princess Astrid boards a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Livingstone, Zambia
Belgium's Princess Astrid boards a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore...
Belgium's Princess Astrid boards a dinghy on the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Katombore village about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSUZ
April 23, 2008
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi...
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSUT
April 23, 2008
Zambian villagers display a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian villagers display a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Matongo...
Zambian villagers display a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSUP
April 23, 2008
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde gives information to villagers during the Roll Back Malaria...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde gives information to villagers during the Roll Back Malaria...
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde gives information to villagers during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSUL
April 23, 2008
Zambian children stand next a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village,...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian children stand next a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village
Zambian children stand next a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSUE
April 23, 2008
Zambian villagers look at a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian villagers look at a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village
Zambian villagers look at a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSUC
April 23, 2008
A Zambian healthcare worker checks a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian healthcare worker performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in...
A Zambian healthcare worker checks a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSU7
April 23, 2008
A Zambian boy sits inside a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian boy sits inside a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo...
A Zambian boy sits inside a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSU2
April 23, 2008
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde (R) and Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition leader Andy Leeman...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian healthcare worker Hanzonde and Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition leader Leeman give mosquito...
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde (R) and Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition leader Andy Leeman (L) give mosquito nets to villagers in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSTZ
April 23, 2008
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde gives information to villagers during the Roll Back Malaria...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde gives information to villagers during the Roll Back Malaria...
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde gives information to villagers during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSTV
April 23, 2008
Zambian villagers display a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian villagers display a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in the Matongo...
Zambian villagers display a mosquito net offered by the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSTS
April 23, 2008
Zambian villagers unload a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian villagers unload a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village
Zambian villagers unload a dinghy of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZST5
April 23, 2008
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi...
Zambian healthcare worker Laite Hanzonde performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZST2
April 23, 2008
A Zambian woman holds her child during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian woman holds her child during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village
A Zambian woman holds her child during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZSRF
April 23, 2008
A Zambian healthcare worker performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian healthcare worker performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in...
A Zambian healthcare worker performs a malaria test during the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Matongo village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 23, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership on April 25. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km (1,553 miles) in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZRYF
April 22, 2008
Zambian children gesture next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian children gesture next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore...
Zambian children gesture next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 22, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the World Health Organisation's Roll Back Malaria programme on April 24. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZRYD
April 22, 2008
Zambian children gesture next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore...
Livingstone, Zambia
Zambian children gesture next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore...
Zambian children gesture next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 22, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the World Health Organisation's Roll Back Malaria programme on April 24. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
ZAMBIA-MALARIA/
RTR1ZRWJ
April 22, 2008
A Zambian child gestures next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore...
Livingstone, Zambia
A Zambian child gestures next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore...
A Zambian child gestures next to a dinghy boat of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition in Katombore village, about 60 km (37 miles) from Livingstone, April 22, 2008. Zambia will host the World Malaria Day in the presence of Belgium's Princess Astrid, Goodwill Ambassador of the World Health Organisation's Roll Back Malaria programme on April 24. The medical teams of the expedition will travel more than 2,500 km in inflatable boats through Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe to deliver mosquito nets and medications to remote areas. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (ZAMBIA)
COPPER-CONFERENCE/
RTR1ZAHD
April 09, 2008
Julian Ford, managing director of Zambezi Resources, attends the 7th World Copper Conference in Santiago...
Santiago, Chile
Ford, managing director of Zambezi Resources, attends the 7th World Copper Conference in Santiago
Julian Ford, managing director of Zambezi Resources, attends the 7th World Copper Conference in Santiago April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE)
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April 09, 2008
Julian Ford, managing director of Zambezi Resources, attends the 7th World Copper Conference in Santiago...
Santiago, Chile
Ford, managing director of Zambezi Resources, attends the 7th World Copper Conference in Santiago
Julian Ford, managing director of Zambezi Resources, attends the 7th World Copper Conference in Santiago April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE)
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January 15, 2008
A small village is seen in a flooded area near Morrumbala, January 15, 2008. Flood waters sweeping through...
MORRUMBALA, Mozambique
A small village is seen in a flooded area near Morrumbala
A small village is seen in a flooded area near Morrumbala, January 15, 2008. Flood waters sweeping through Mozambique's central regions destroyed bridges and roads and over 35,000 people were rescued from dangerous areas around the Zambezi River area. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 15, 2008
Two women walk through the water on the flooded main national road linking the north and the south of...
MORRUMBALA, Mozambique
Two women walk through flooded main national road linking the north and the south of the country near...
Two women walk through the water on the flooded main national road linking the north and the south of the country near Morrumbala, January 15, 2008. Flood waters sweeping through Mozambique's central regions destroyed bridges and roads and over 35,000 people were rescued from dangerous areas around the Zambezi River area. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 15, 2008
People travel on the flooded main national road linking the north and the south of the country near Morrumbala,...
MORRUMBALA, Mozambique
People travel on the flooded main national road linking the north and the south of the country near Morrumbala...
People travel on the flooded main national road linking the north and the south of the country near Morrumbala, January 15, 2008. Flood waters sweeping through Mozambique's central regions destroyed bridges and roads and over 35,000 people were rescued from dangerous areas around the Zambezi River area. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 15, 2008
Workers reinforce eroded infrastructure as rising waters approach the main national road linking the...
MORRUMBALA, Mozambique
Workers reinforce eroded infrastructure as rising waters approach the main national road linking the...
Workers reinforce eroded infrastructure as rising waters approach the main national road linking the north and the south of the country near Morrumbala, January 15, 2008. Flood waters sweeping through Mozambique's central regions destroyed bridges and roads and over 35,000 people were rescued from dangerous areas around the Zambezi River area. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 13, 2008
Residents salvage scraps from their homes on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in Caia, central...
Caia, Mozambique
Residents salvage scraps from their homes on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique...
Residents salvage scraps from their homes on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in Caia, central Mozambique, January 13, 2008. Floods have swamped parts of Mozambique and forced some factories and schools to shut down. The National Institute of Disaster Management has used helicopters and boats to rescue 50,000 affected residents, assisted by 400 military staff and aid agencies. REUTERS/Grant Lee Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 13, 2008
An aeriel view shows floodwaters near the bridge over the Zambezi River in Tete, Mozambique, January...
TETE, Mozambique
An aeriel view shows floodwaters near the bridge over the Zambezi River at Tete in Mozambique
An aeriel view shows floodwaters near the bridge over the Zambezi River in Tete, Mozambique, January 12, 2008. Floods have swamped parts of Mozambique and forced some factories and schools to shut down. The National Institute of Disaster Management has used helicopters and boats to rescue 50,000 affected residents, assisted by 400 military staff and aid agencies. Picture taken January 12, 2008. REUTERS/Grant Lee Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 13, 2008
Submerged homes are seen from the air on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique...
Caia, Mozambique
Submerged homes are seen from the air on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique...
Submerged homes are seen from the air on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique January 13, 2008. Hundreds of families have fled raging floodwaters which swamped scores of small towns and large areas of agricultural land in Mozambique's central Sofala province, Radio Mozambique reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Grant Lee Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 13, 2008
Submerged homes are seen from the air on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique...
Caia, Mozambique
Submerged homes are seen from the air on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique...
Submerged homes are seen from the air on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in central Mozambique January 13, 2008. Hundreds of families have fled raging floodwaters which swamped scores of small towns and large areas of agricultural land in Mozambique's central Sofala province, Radio Mozambique reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Grant Lee Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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January 13, 2008
Residents walk on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in Caia, central Mozambique, January 13, 2008....
Caia, Mozambique
Residents walk on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in Caia, central Mozambique
Residents walk on the flooded banks of the Zambezi River in Caia, central Mozambique, January 13, 2008. Floods have swamped parts of Mozambique and forced some factories and schools to shut down. The National Institute of Disaster Management has used helicopters and boats to rescue 50,000 affected residents, assisted by 400 military staff and aid agencies. REUTERS/Grant Lee Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 16, 2007
Evacuees examine educational material distributed in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central...
Chupanga, Mozambique
Evacuees examine educational material distributed in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central...
Evacuees examine educational material distributed in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February 15, 2007. Helicopters dropped emergency food aid on Thursday for victims of Mozambique's floods as officials warned that close to 300,000 people could be affected if the crisis drags into next month. Heavy rains in central parts of the southern African nation have driven more than 86,000 people from their homes to higher ground, with most now living as refugees in makeshift centres throughout the Zambezi Valley. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 16, 2007
Evacuees walk between tents in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique...
Chupanga, Mozambique
Evacuees walk between tents in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique
Evacuees walk between tents in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February 15, 2007. Helicopters dropped emergency food aid on Thursday for victims of Mozambique's floods as officials warned that close to 300,000 people could be affected if the crisis drags into next month. Heavy rains in central parts of the southern African nation have driven more than 86,000 people from their homes to higher ground, with most now living as refugees in makeshift centres throughout the Zambezi Valley. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 15, 2007
Relief workers prepare to distribute food aid at a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central...
Chupanga, Mozambique
Relief workers prepare to distribute food aid at a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central...
Relief workers prepare to distribute food aid at a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February 15, 2007. Helicopters dropped emergency food aid on Thursday for victims of Mozambique's floods as officials warned that close to 300,000 people could be affected if the crisis drags into next month. Heavy rains in central parts of the southern African nation have driven more than 86,000 people from their homes to higher ground, with most now living as refugees in makeshift centres throughout the Zambezi Valley. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 15, 2007
An evacuee prepares food in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February...
Chupanga, Mozambique
An evacuee prepares food in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique
An evacuee prepares food in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February 15, 2007. Helicopters dropped emergency food aid on Thursday for victims of Mozambique's floods as officials warned that close to 300,000 people could be affected if the crisis drags into next month. Heavy rains in central parts of the southern African nation have driven more than 86,000 people from their homes to higher ground, with most now living as refugees in makeshift centres throughout the Zambezi Valley. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 15, 2007
Children eat food in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February 15,...
Chupanga, Mozambique
Children eat food in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique
Children eat food in a temporary resettlement camp at Chupanga in north-central Mozambique February 15, 2007. Heavy rains in central parts of the southern African nation have driven more than 86,000 people from their homes to higher ground, with most now living as refugees in makeshift centres throughout the Zambezi Valley. Officials warned that close to 300,000 people could be affected if the crisis drags into next month. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 15, 2007
Waters of the flooded Zambezi River edge towards homes near Caia in north-central Mozambique February...
Caia, Mozambique
Waters of the flooded Zambezi River edge towards homes near Caia in north-central Mozambique
Waters of the flooded Zambezi River edge towards homes near Caia in north-central Mozambique February 14, 2007. Mozambique may need emergency help to airlift food and other supplies to thousands of flood refugees stranded in evacuation centres that are fast running out of supplies, officials said on Wednesday. Picture taken February 14, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 14, 2007
Waters from the flooded Zambezi River edge towards makeshift resettlement camps in north-central Mozambique...
ZAMBEZI RIVER, Mozambique
Waters from the flooded Zambezi River edge towards makeshift resettlement camps in north-central Mozambique...
Waters from the flooded Zambezi River edge towards makeshift resettlement camps in north-central Mozambique as heavy rains continue in this picture taken February 13, 2007. Some 500,000 people in the impoverished southern African country are at risk from flooding that has killed 29 people and damaged thousands of homes and schools. Picture taken February 13, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 13, 2007
Children, evacuated from their homes on the flooded Zambezi river, gather at a temporary resettlement...
CHERAMBA, Mozambique
Children, evacuated from their homes on the flooded Zambezi river, gather at a temporary resettlement...
Children, evacuated from their homes on the flooded Zambezi river, gather at a temporary resettlement area near Cheramba, about 1400km (870 miles) north of the capital Maputo,in this picture taken February 12, 2007. Floods in Mozambique have left 68,000 people homeless and 280,000 more may be forced to evacuate this week, a top official said on Monday as refugees crowded into dismal camps to escape the raging waters. Picture taken February 12, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 13, 2007
People evacuated from their homes on the flooded Zambezi river erect an improvised shelters in a temporary...
Maputo, Mozambique
People evacuated from their homes on the flooded Zambezi river erect an improvised shelters in a temporary...
People evacuated from their homes on the flooded Zambezi river erect an improvised shelters in a temporary resettlement area near Cheramba, about 1400km (870 miles) north of the capital Maputo February 12, 2007. Floods in Mozambique have left 68,000 people homeless and 280,000 more may be forced to evacuate this week, a top official said on Monday as refugees crowded into dismal camps to escape the raging waters. Picture taken February 12, 2007 REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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February 13, 2007
A man, evacuated from his home on the flooded Zambezi river, chops firewood in a temporary resettlement...
CHERAMBA, Mozambique
A man, evacuated from his home on the flooded Zambezi river, chops firewood in a temporary resettlement...
A man, evacuated from his home on the flooded Zambezi river, chops firewood in a temporary resettlement area near Cheramba, about 1400km (870 miles) north of the capital Maputo February 12, 2007. Floods in Mozambique have left 68,000 people homeless and 280,000 more may be forced to evacuate this week, a top official said on Monday as refugees crowded into dismal camps to escape the raging waters. Picture taken February 12, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
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