This photo was chosen as a finalist in the FrontLines photo contest. A young Malian girl looks happy to have an apple and good health after receiving polio vaccine, vitamin A, a de-worming pill, and a second measles shot in the village of Segou, about 250 kilometers southeast of Bamako on the inland Niger Delta. More than 2.8 million children under age 5 in Mali were protected against measles, polio, vitamin A deficiency, intestinal worms, and malaria under a unique partnership between the Government of Mali, USAID, the Canadian Red Cross, the Nothing But Nets campaign, Malaria No More, and other organizations and groups. Photo credit: Chris Thomas, USAID