In a tiny patch of tall trees and tangled undergrowth near the shores of Lake Victoria in Uganda, Zika-carrying mosquitoes buzz around local people who are unperturbed by the global health emergency that the virus has triggered.
"Zika? That one I have never heard about - what kind of disease is that?" said Julius Makumbi, 38, a motorbike taxi rider who lives near the forest.
His nonchalance is understandable. This may be the birthplace of Zika - the virus took its name from the forest after being found here nearly 70 years ago - but there is no record of it causing health problems in the area.