Online Extra: Additional Photos from John Dunbar's Goodwill Trip to Africa

Online Extra: Additional Photos from John Dunbar's Goodwill Trip to Africa

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Terminix Service's Dunbar used his pest management skills and expertise to help an African village protect itself from Musca sorbens, a regional fly that is a vector for trachoma disease — an infectious eye disease that is a leading cause of blindness and is especially prevalent in Kenya. Check out photos from Dunbar’s trip.

July 12, 2010

Included in June PCT was the feature story “Making a Difference,” which recounted Terminix Service’s John Dunbar’s recent trip to Kenya, Africa. Dunbar used his pest management skills and expertise to help an African village protect itself from Musca sorbens, a regional fly that is a vector for trachoma disease — an infectious eye disease that is a leading cause of blindness and is especially prevalent in Kenya. Below are additional photos from Dunbar’s trip.
 

Villagers from the Siana Group Ranch in the Narok District of Kenya were happy for John Dunbar’s assistance in helping control the fly Musca sorbens. Children from the village.

This child from the village was pestered by flies, a common problem within the village.

The Siana Group Ranch consisted of primitive housing.
Homes were mud huts with dried cow dung roofs.
Volunteers were housed in nearby tents.
Gazelles from a nearby wildlife preserve. Zebras from a nearby wildlife preserve.

 

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