MEDICINAL TABLETS ARE PUT IN BOX IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
Tablets are put by mail in a boxes in RIo de Janeiro, January 19, 2004. The Brazilian city of the Rio de Janeiro, notorious for its teeming slums, will mail contraceptive pills free of charge to women, including teenagers, in poor neighborhoods. As part of the program, which already includes free distribution of medicine for heart problems or diabetes, women in the city famous for its beaches and raucous Carnival celebration can receive the pills or other contraceptives at the address of their choice. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD/SV