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Ethiopia - Malaria Prevention - Bednets

Amina Dawd, 36, strokes one of her resting children's hair as two of her other children sleep under the protective bednets. The children sleeping without the net will still gain some protection from the repellant properties of the bednet. The Long Lasting Insecticide Nets (LLIN) help to repell bugs and prevent malaria, the country's biggest killer disease. (Photo by Louise Gubb/Corbis via Getty Images)
Ethiopia - Malaria Prevention - Bednets
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Credit:
Louise Gubb / Contributor
Editorial #:
585855434
Collection:
Corbis Historical
Date created:
May 10, 2007
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Source:
Corbis Historical
Object name:
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2800 x 1859 px (9.33 x 6.20 in) - 300 dpi - 5 MB