Emmanuel Chabarwa siphons water from an irrigation canal to water his maize field in Buhera, Manicaland, Zimbabwe. Chabarwa says irrigating crops with river water has helped him and other community members farm year-round.
Panashe Munemo, left, known as P-Nash, and Michelle Dube, known as Coach Bink, teach Zumba at a restaurant in Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe. Thrift Fit, the sportswear store that hosted the event, offers free Pilates, yoga and Zumba sessions once every month.
Charles Sambare Arufandika, right, a martial artist who trains both men and women, demonstrates a kick during a lesson in Mutare, Zimbabwe. Arufandika says martial arts have helped him manage his mental health since college.
Rejoice Laurent, a certified esthetician, right, applies foundation to Fungayi Majaya in Harare, Zimbabwe. Laurent, who has grown her cosmetic brand during the coronavirus pandemic, promotes her foundation by giving free samples to customers
Valentine Chipanga, left, takes a photo of Monica Mushaya modeling an outfit to post on social media in Avondale, Harare, Zimbabwe. Mushaya, an accountant, launched an online boutique in 2014 and sells clothing to her followers on social media.
Natsiraishe Maritsa, 18, right, demonstrates a taekwondo stance to a group of students in Epworth, Zimbabwe. Maritsa, who teaches the Korean martial art to teenage girls at her home on the weekends, says taekwondo requires mental strength and self-control.
Panashe Zvingowanisei auditions for a play at Reps Theater in Belgravia, Harare, Zimbabwe. Since pandemic restrictions have relaxed slightly, creative collectives have begun to showcase the art they worked on during lockdown.
Charles Chikungwa, right, helps Abel Matinyarara drill a stone boulder along Simon Mazorodze Road in Harare, Zimbabwe. The smaller stones will be used to build tarred roads. In February 2021, the government declared the roads a national disaster and began repairs around the country.
Kennedy Maromo repairs a car’s exhaust pipe in an industrial area in Harare, Zimbabwe. Maromo has been a gas welder for 20 years, but because of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, he has fewer hours to earn money for his family.
A single bus is flagged through the Birchenough Bridge in Manicaland, Zimbabwe. The bridge, built in 1935, is in need of repairs and must be monitored to prevent vehicles of a certain weight from crossing.