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This app has helped Colombia destroy 70,000 mosquito breeding sites and fight Zika

In all about 70,000 mosquito breeding sites were destroyed, and the average number of mosquito breeding sites found in each home dropped from 3 to 1.8 in a year. Image: REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga - GF10000288479

Anastasia Moloney

Latin America and Caribbean Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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