An exclusive event at an amusement park event in Mexico; building a tiny house in Uganda; a preschool competition in Sri Lanka; and more.
Children who live in an orphanage enjoy a ride at an amusement park in Chihuahua, Mexico, during a special event where they were the only guests.
Lilette A. Contreras,
Ainamaani John, 17, builds a tiny cardboard house in Kampala, Uganda. Ainamaani dropped out of school when he was 14 to become an apprentice and pursue art.
Thayaparan Savithiran, 4, right, and his classmates, from left, Sivakumar Mahishan, 4, Pirathees Parvina, 4, Venukoban Naseerman, 4, collect fruit during a sports competition at Ilanthonder Sabha Preschool in Inuvil, Jaffna, Sri Lanka.
Magdalena Rivera Flores, left, and María Serena Sardina Pérez shape gorditas, a traditional dish made with coarsely ground corn and stuffed with cheese, meat or other fillings, at the sixth annual Gordita Festival in Valle de Santiago, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Patricia Zavala Gutiérrez,
Palanichami Mary, front, and Nadarasa Puvaneswari fish in Mannar, Sri Lanka. Some Sri Lankans have turned to fishing due to food shortages and the increased price of seafood.
Art students Rakesh Thapa, left, and James Shrestha sketch the architecture and visitors in Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Brighton Makuvaza, a veterinary officer, vaccinates a cow against theileriosis, a group of tickborne diseases, in Harare, Zimbabwe. Makuvaza says many local villagers have lost cows to disease.