• In this Sept. 27, 2016 photo, Angelica Pereira holds her daughter Luiza, as she waits outside her home for a driver sent to fetch her and other mothers with babies disabled by the Zika virus, to drive them to a physical therapy session, in Santa Cruz do Capibaribe, Pernambuco state, Brazil. "We are always chasing something. We have to drop everything else, all our chores, our homes," said the 21-year-old. "There are so many of us with children with special needs. (The government) is forgetting about that." (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

    Where Zika struck hardest, Brazil moms say more help needed

    RECIFE, Brazil (AP) — As the sun dyes the early morning sky a reddish hue, Angelica Pereira carries her 1-year-old daughter out of the tiny white house sitting on a dirt road where piles of garbage float in puddles.