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  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-296

    Nelly Luatani Baldivia applies a larvicide to a pila or wash tank, at a home in Danli, Honduras. She is among 800 vector control technicians hired by ZAP, a USAID-funded project of vector control to control spread of Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-295

    Nelly Luatani Baldivia applies a larvicide to a pila or wash tank, at a home in Danli, Honduras. She is among 800 vector control technicians hired by ZAP, a USAID-funded project of vector control to control spread of Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-294

    Richard Fisher of ZAP and Nelly Luatani Baldivia apply larvicide to a pila or wash tank, at a home in Danli, Honduras. Baldivia is among 800 vector control technicians hired by ZAP, a USAID-funded project of vector control to control spread of Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-293

    Edwin Manfredo Aleman, Vector Control Supervisor in Danli and Nelly Luatani Baldivia apply larvicide to a pila, or wash tank, at a home in Danli, Honduras. They are among 800 vector control technicians hired by ZAP, a USAID-funded project of vector control to control spread of Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-292

    Edwin Manfredo Aleman, Vector Control Supervisor in Danli and Nelly Luatani Baldivia apply larvicide to a pila, or wash tank, at a home in Danli, Honduras. They are among 800 vector control technicians hired by ZAP, a USAID-funded project of vector control to control spread of Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-291

    Dr. Indiana Argeñal, Regional Health Director for the El Paraíso Region of Honduras, with vector control technicians Genzel Joel Ramos and Nelly Luatani Baldivia, speak to Dona Isolina Vaileccillo about controlling mosquitoes on her property in Danli, Honduras.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-290

    Vector control technician Genzel Joel Ramos tips water from a tin can to deny mosquitoes a breeding site during a home visit in the city of Danli in the El Paraíso region of Honduras. Ramos is one of 800 environmental health technicians that have been hired by USAID’s ZAP vector control project...

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-289

    Vector control technician Genzel Joel Ramos tips water from a tin can to deny mosquitoes a breeding site during a home visit in the city of Danli in the El Paraíso region of Honduras. Ramos is one of 800 environmental health technicians that have been hired by USAID’s ZAP vector control project...

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-264

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-263

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-255

    During a home visit in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, UNICEF officer Sara Franky greets Ninoska Haylock, whose 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez was born with microcephaly. USAID works with implementing partner UNICEF to train health personnel at Villa Nueva Health Center to work with patients and...

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-253

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-252

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-251

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-250

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-249

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-248

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-247

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-246

    UNICEF-trained social worker Erwin Staling Barahona of the Villa Nueva Medical Center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, conducts a home visit with Ninoska Haylock and her 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez, who was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection during her mother's pregnancy.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-241

    Mosquito larvae visible in water drawn from a pila at the home of Ninoska Haylock in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The pilas, or wash basins, are filled with standing water used for cleaning and household use. When not properly cleaned they can be a breeding site for the mosquito that carries Zika....

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-238

    During a home visit in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, UNICEF officer Sara Franky greets Ninoska Haylock, whose 9-month-old daughter Fernanda Alvarez was born with microcephaly. USAID works with implementing partner UNICEF to train health personnel at Villa Nueva Health Center to work with patients and...

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-237

    In Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Oscar Edgardo Perez, Director of Villa Nueva Health Center, left, and Erwin Staling Barahona, social worker, right, walk through the neighborhood near the clinic to see patients affected by Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-65

    Vector control specialists Ligia Nelly Luatani Valdivia and Genzel Joel Ramos, with the USAID-funded Zika AIRS Project (ZAP), visit the home of Carolina Arguijo in Danli, Honduras, to educate her on reducing standing water and to test her open-air wash basin for mosquito larvae.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-62

    Vector control supervisor Edwin Manfredo Aleman and vector control specialists Nelly Luatani Baldivia and Genzel Joel Ramos go door to door in Danli, Honduras to control the Aedes aegypti mosquito which transmits Zika.

  • USAID Honduras- Zika | 61771-61

    Vector control technicians Nelly Luatani Baldivia and Genzel Joel Ramos go door to door in Danli, Honduras to control the Aedes aegypti mosquito which transmits Zika.

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