The beautiful smiles of Africa. This was taken in a village near where we are working on malaria prevention in Kenya.
Another stunning face. Note the scarring on her face. Many tribes in Africa consider them to be a sign of beauty and, in men, a sign of virility and fierceness in battle--somewhat like tattoos in this country. This picture was taken in Kenya.
A young boy and his grandmother in one of the villages in Bihar, India where we work to prevent visceral leishmaniasis (VL). It is a deadly disease that, according to WHO, kills over 100,000 each year. We are working on a solution to control the sand fly vector.
Masai women selling trinkets along the road to Masai Mara, Kenya (one of the most amazing game parks in the world).
A gorgeous sunset in Masai Mara. They are particularly beautiful there because there are such vast vistas.
A solitary African elephant. Females live in herds with their young and are led by a dominant matriarch.