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The Malaria Institute at Macha (MIAM) spray-catch team begins work before 7 a.m. The Batonga people of the area typically live in family compounds that include a half-dozen or more huts.
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The Malaria Institute at Macha (MIAM) spray-catch team begins work before 7 a.m. The Batonga people of the area typically live in family compounds that include a half-dozen or more huts.

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