832-379980 - Women crushing tree bark in a large mortar made of wood, making powder for medicine against fowlpox, village of Toeghin, Oubritenga province, Plateau Central region, Burkina Faso, Africa *** IMPORTANT: Use by development aid organizations in Germany only after consultation. ***
857-67152 - Stephan Begay, five week old Native American Indian baby naps swaddled on a backboard at home on the Navajo Reservation in Northeastern Arizona on March 22, 2007. The baby's mother is Hopi and the father is Navajo, so the baby is part of two tribes. There is a small Hopi Reservation in Kykotsmovi Arizona that is located within the very large Navajo reservation in the northeastern corner of the state, yet intermarriage is rare. Babies are kept on traditional backboards until they start to crawl.