Mexico’s Day of the Samaritan; discounted bread in Argentina; a maize farmer in Uganda; and more.
Esther Gamboa, left, gives away horchata on Día de la Samaritana (Day of the Samaritan), celebrated on the fourth Friday of Lent, in Oaxaca, Mexico. In previous years, the drink was served in disposable cups, but participants are now encouraged to bring reusable ones.
Ena Aguilar Peláez,
From left, Daiana Gómez, Carina Vera and Mónica Taquichiri sell discounted bread, baked by work cooperatives, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Taquichiri says that despite the low cost, some still can’t afford the full kilogram due to the economic crisis and inflation.
Victor Obbo digs in his maize field in Oyam, Uganda. Obbo says he is excited for rain after six months of the dry season.
Renee Goust, a neo-folk singer-songwriter, performs in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Goust’s songs raise awareness about migration, equality and gender diversity.
Acupuncturist Rocío Jiménez, right, treats Regina Pérez in Tecámac, State of Mexico. Pérez says acupuncture has helped her relieve stress during the pandemic.
Aline Suárez del Real,
Senior Sgt. Batsuuri Oyunchimeg, left, demonstrates how to assemble a rifle at an occupational health and safety campaign in Erdenebulgan, Arkhangai province, Mongolia. During the event, the police introduce citizens to their equipment and gear.
Dr. José Luis Nájera, left, vaccinates Canela, held by Antonio García, center, and María Gutiérrez, in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. The city’s health centers provide free rabies vaccinations each year.