Collecting bottles, tossing leftovers, taking out the garbage
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Celine Costello Daly is a family physician who worked in Africa for two and a half years. She recently completed a master’s in public health at Harvard University and will be returning to work in developing countries this summer.
In Arabic it’s called a haboob. The three-day desert dust storm saturates the air with fine sand dust, filtering the sunlight. The Sudanese walk with their veils and turbans wrapped tightly around their faces, while scraps of last month’s uncollected garbage swirl around their feet. Scrawny stray dogs lean sharply into the wind.