A yogi in Sri Lanka; a basketball tournament in Mexico; a Mongolian technology fair; and more.
Kanthar Rasaiya practices yoga in front of a temple in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Rasaiya says the morning routine helps him manage difficulty breathing and is a way to see God.
Members of the Ráfaga and Halcones teams play basketball in Tecámac, Mexico. Teams prepare their uniforms and equipment independently and gather for local tournaments every Sunday.
Aline Suárez del Real,
Shirnen Davaadorj, left, a design and technology teacher, and Bilguun-Ochir Purev-Ochir, 14, center, demonstrate a machine they made at a technology fair in Erdenet, Orkhon province, Mongolia.
Kibuuka Hassan reconnects power lines on a pole in Nansana, Wakiso, Uganda. Ongoing construction has disrupted power supply, so technicians reconnect cables when a town loses electricity.
Surenthiran Anojini knits a bag using banana fiber in Vavuniya, Sri Lanka. Anojini, who worries about the high price of raw materials caused by the country's economic crisis, makes a profit by producing materials in her yard.
Camila Jahdai Nava Adame, 12, flies a kite during Free Wind, a ceremony to honor Ehécatl Quetzalcoátl, a god of wind, at Jagüey Zoquiaqui, a protected cultural site in Puebla, Mexico.
Patricia Zavala Gutiérrez,
Bulganjargal Otgonbat, 12, right, and Yeruult-Od Baasanbat, 14, read books stored in old refrigerators in Erdenebulgan, Arkhangai province, Mongolia. Local banks set up the “Books ATM” to provide financial education to children.