Sports Day at a Ugandan school; a photo exhibit on agave in Mexico; harvesting onion in Sri Lanka; and more.
Lutabi Flower, 7, left, transfers water to Mubiru Yasin, 9, during a game on their school sports day in Jinja, Uganda.
A festivalgoer views a photography exhibit in Singuilucan, Hidalgo, Mexico. For three years, the collective Jardín de Mayahuel has organized the festival to celebrate Agave salmiana, also known as maguey pulquero, and promote local culture and food.
Aline Suárez del Real,
Markandu Yogalingam, right, packages onions in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. For 30 years, Yogalingam has bought onions from farmers to sell in Dambulla, a town in Sri Lanka’s Central Province.
From left, Isidro Vázquez Aquino, Alfonso Pérez Ramírez, César Humberto Vázquez Sandoval and Wilvy Orozco Moreno, members of the tropical marimba group Alma de Tapachula (Soul of Tapachula), play the marimba and drums in Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico.
Audience members gather in a new open-air venue to listen to the rock band Haranga in Dalanzadgad, Umnugovi province, Mongolia.
Lourdes Mireles Pérez cuts textiles to make rag dolls, inspired by her interest in African culture, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Mackenson Elsain teaches, from left, Hancia Jocelyn, 8, Rebecca Joseph, 12, and Maïrha François, 11, a violin lesson during a summer camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.