Woman Carries Wood in Uganda; Coffee Farmer Brews Side Business; Education Fair Showcases Student Work; and more.
Juliet Nalibe carries dried wood to fence her home in Kotido, Karamoja, Uganda. The people of Karamoja often use these thorny plants, together with wood, to protect their homes from raids and wild animals.
Andrés Roque Romero, who grows coffee in Veracruz, makes coffee bean rosaries to supplement his income in San Francisco, Nayarit, Mexico.
Katherine Burgos Amorós, an elder-care student, demonstrates how to inject insulin correctly in San Germán, Puerto Rico. Each year, students from ICPR Junior College showcase their work to the community at an education fair.
Coraly Cruz Mejías,
Marie-Jeanne Mousa, with 2-year-old Exaucé in her arms, sells tangerines to students, from left, Sandra Kofinda, 15, Marceline Afila, 15, Jolie Kitenge, 13, and Esther Malikiya, 11, in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Françoise Mbuyi Mutombo,
Democratic Republic of Congo
Namuunzul Gantulga, dressed as her favorite fictional character, sits on the grass at a dance festival in Ulaanbaatar to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Mongolia.
Edward Sakala dances to traditional drumming at the Chibwela Kumushi Ceremony of the Soli in Chinyunyu, Lusaka, Zambia. The yearly ceremony, led by Chief Bunda Bunda, signifies the beginning of the farming season.
Disunthan Kandasami paints a mural at Siddhi Vinayagar temple in Cheddikulam, Sri Lanka. Kandasami says the prices of painting materials have increased due to the ongoing economic crisis and he is not getting new orders.