RM2DAYR6J–Fred Manundu uses his mobile phone to browse the Internet in front of a peace banner in Nairobi.
RM2DAYR7H–A view of Athens, the capital of Greece. Greece is a major entry point to Europe for Kenyan migrants.
RM2DAYRB4–Gure dancers move to the beat of drums, seen on the sidelines here in Harare, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYRAG–Members of the Tagwirizana Gure Club perform in Harare.
RM2DAYRBM–Twin brothers Harry and Herbert Mubvumbi show off their skin, which has been lightened with skin bleaching cream.
RM2DAYT5E–Fans greet Sandra Gazi, a Zim-dancehall artist known by her stage name Lady Squanda, outside of Tyger Records recording studio in Mabvuku, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYT6K–Kelly Ndlovu, an aspiring Zim-dancehall artist, stands in front of Tyger Records recording studio in Mabvuku, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYTCN–Students at Girls High School in Harare, Zimbabwe gather for their Interact Club.
RM2DAYT9E–A student works at his desk at school in Goromonzi, Zimbabwe. Schools in Zimbabwe are chronically underfunded and sometimes don't have enough teachers
RM2DAYTFH–The ZCC Police Band kicked off the first Zimbabwe Peace Festival, in Harare on July 27.
RM2DAYTTA–Music producers are using informal distribution networks to try to boost the popularity of local musicians.
RM2DAYR63–Grasshoppers, a delicacy in Uganda, are known in the Luganda language as “nsenene.'
RM2DAYRBF–People in Uganda’s Hoima district have posted signs to publicly state their intention to protect their land and demand compensation.
RM2DAYTH1–A farmer in Rurambo, a village in eastern Rwanda, sprays her maize fields with pesticides.
RM2DAYTFD–Farmers in rural Rwanda work in a field.
RM2DAYRC5–Mines in the Rubaya area of Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYR9C–Mines in the Rubaya area of Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYRA2–People in the rural town of Kirumba, Democratic Republic of Congo, gather to mourn at a funeral.
RM2DAYRNP–At the markets in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, a wide variety of meats, including bush meat, are for sale.
RM2DAYR79–Kavinvira transit camp in DRC’s South Kivu province draws refugees from around the region.
RM2DAYR7P–Two boxers wait in a boxing ring with a boxing referee in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital city.
RM2DAYR9T–A traveling merchant sells fruit door-to-door in Stone Town, a historic section of Zanzibar town on the island of Zanzibar, which is part of Tanzania.
RM2DAYR6F–A young boy, a member of the Matakiyo Group, performs a traditional dance of the Nande tribe in Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYR7B–A woman and child, both members of the Matakiyo Group, wear traditional clothes and face paint in Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYR77–A young girl painted heart-shaped flags on her face to symbolize their love of their country, Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYR6A–Yvonne Mwale, a singer from Zambia, performs music on a stage in Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYR5X–A woman uses a cane to walk around a market shop in Cameroon.
RM2DAYR6N–A market seller uses plastic bags to package carrots bought by her customer in Cameroon.
RM2DAYR6H–A boy helps his father guide cattle inside the Bamenda Cattle Market fence in Cameroon.
RF2DAYW7B–Caption here (Prudence Phiri, GPJ Zambia)
RF2DAYW7W–Caption here (Vimbai Beritah Chinembiri, GPJ Zimbabwe)
RM2DAYRB3–An example of land degradation, a result of brick molding, in Mount Hampden near Harare, Zimbabwe on Jan. 12.
RM2DAYWFM–Otis Kembo installs solar panels at traffic lights in Mutare, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYRKM–A woman works on her HP computer at a co-working space in Douala, Cameroon.
RM2DAYT94–Construction workers toss baked bricks to young adults in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo, where the bricks will be sold.
RM2DAYTWG–Dining sets, bookcases and beds are available for sale at Glenview Furniture Complex, a furniture manufacturing site and market in Glenview, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYTX8–Yvonne Kwaedza (from left), Grace Chikata and Rudo Moyana wash their dishes and clothes under a bridge at the Mazowe River near Glendale, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYT64–In the Entumbane suburb of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Juliet Rusafeti (left) explains to Jane Mlambo how to fill out forms for biometric voter-registration.
RM2DAYRPN–The care of the environment is important and through the planting of Pine (Pinnus Pseudustrobus), Cypress (Cupresus Lucitanica) and Aliso (Allnus Jorullensis) trees, it may help in the future not to pay the consequences of climate change Which is affecting the world. (Brenda Leticia Saloj Chiyal, GPJ Guatemala)
RF2DAYWBT–Caption here (Apophia Agiresaasi, GPJ Uganda)
RF2DAYW6W–Caption here (Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe)
RM2DAYRFD–Enkos Madzimbiri carves his signature on a sculpture at the Mvurwi Art Centre in Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYRNM–Engracia Lainez, (CQ) of Chichel, in San Juan Cotzal, Quiché (CQ LINK), makes artisanal cheese using a grindstone, which adds to the flavor. Lainez, who learned to make cheese at a young age, makes cheese with her children six times a week as a source of income to support her family. (CQ) (Brenda Leticia Saloj Chiyal, GPJ Guatemala)
RM2DAYW1G–Selmor Mtukudzi, daughter of Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi, and the Black Spirits perform some of her father’s hits at Radio Park, in Zvishavane, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYT81–In Kibaya village in Rwanda’s Rubavu District, Denise Feza (center) plays a homemade game that involves jumping in the middle of a long rope wrapped around the hips of two friends.
RM2DAYT3C–The Statue of the Sato Drum depicts an instrument peculiar to the town of Badagry, Nigeria.
RM2DAYTDP–From food to lodging, Rovos Rail provides a luxury experience to riders.
RM2DAYRR0–Since taking the stage as a stand-up comedian, Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya has received national recognition.
RM2DAYT34–In Hopley Farm, Harare Province, Zimbabwe, Maxwell Dzawanda, 37, builds a wardrobe out of wood planks.
RM2DAYRWM–A young woman holds up training gloves as she trains to become a professional boxer.
RM2DAYTGK–Chopped tomatoes and tomato puree are some of the ingredients that Brian Machipisa uses in his rabbit stew.
RM2DAYT32–Jacinto Terraza (CQ), 42 (CQ), tends to about 40 goats at Centro de Producción Caprina del Altiplano, or Ceprocal, a goat production center in Santa María Nebaj (CQ LINK), a municipality in Guatemala’s Quiché department. The goats produce goat milk which contributes to food security and nutrition, especially for children under two in the area. (Brenda Leticia Saloj Chiyal, GPJ Guatemala)
RM2DAYTX4–Homemade drinks made from fruits and tap water are still available in shops and on the streets of Kabowa, a village in west Kampala.
RM2DAYTEB–Charles Ndlovu, a craftsman, displays his work at the Rovos Rail train terminal in Gwanda, a town south of Zimbabwe’s second-largest city, Bulawayo.
RM2DAYT5T–Children gather to see Santa Claus and receive gifts during the event “Santa Comes to Makokoba,” at the Thabiso Youth Centre in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
RM2DAYRKB–Sarah Hungwe, 67, crochets a bag using old cassette tapes as a part of Friendship Bench, a project to help depression in Harare, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYTCX–Francois Samvura (right) and Pasteur Nsabumuremyi cut lumber for customers in the Nyundo sector of Rwanda’s Rubavu district.
RM2DAYTXG–Schoolchildren stand by the banks of the Mayanja River, which flooded in November and brought down a part of the Mende Road bridging the Mende and Bubbale villages.
RM2DAYRHC–A student at Jolly Kabirizi’s urban farm in Kampala, Uganda, shows a machine used to cut grass.
RM2DAYTCW–Caption here (Brenda Leticia Saloj Chiyal, GPJ Guatemala)
RM2DAYT6B–Wilson Kangorongondo shows off the twine net he uses to fish while on a boat at Lake Chivero, located southwest of Harare, Zimbabwe's capital.
RM2DAYW4W–Indigenous seeds stored in the Matobo Seed Bank in Zimbabwe
RM2DAYTG7–Older children from Kisenyi, an area of Kampala, Uganda, care for and carry younger siblings.
RM2DAYRP8–People in northwestern Guatemala. Pastoralists, their livestock roam about 5 hours a day, taking them to the countryside for food while waiting for their growth. To sell and consume as healthy food for the family.(Brenda Leticia Saloj Chiyal, GPJ Guatemala)
RF2DAYTDB–Caption here (Patricia Lindrio, GPJ Uganda)
RM2DAYW0K–Carpenter Herbert Mubiru, 26, sands the wood he uses for his furniture business in the Bukoto township of Kampala, Uganda.
RM2DAYRKJ–Comedian Felistas ‘Mai Titi’ Maruta records her appearance on Bustop TV in Harare, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYRJN–Preschoolers in Mzilikazi, a suburb of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second-largest city, participate in a physical education class.
RF2DAYWAN–Caption here (Edna Namara, GPJ Uganda)
RF2DAYW7E–Caption here (Patricia Lindrio, GPJ Uganda)
RF2DAYWCW–(Francoise Mbuyi, GPJ Democratic Republic of the Congo)
RM2DAYREN–Circus Zambia performers practice acrobatics before a community show in Lusaka.
RM2DAYRNX–Friends in Lusaka, Zambia’s capital, convert reusable cooking-oil buckets into self-heating water buckets by adding heating elements.
RM2DAYT59–Tadiwanash Chakata, a member of the NeedEnergy delivery team, refills and weighs a gas cylinder for a client order in Bradfield, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
RM2DAYTD5–During a training session for farmers in Kawempe Division, an area of Kampala, Uganda’s capital, Mable Naisikwe, a Kampala City Council member, demonstrates how far the pesticide spray nozzle should be kept from the body.
RF2DAYW80–Caption here (Edna Namara, GPJ Uganda)
RM2DAYRF5–Vanessa Chikombe, 11, uses a blackboard to teach her friends and sister lessons in English, grammar, spelling and math in Caledonia, Harare, Zimbabwe.
RM2DAYRD7–Women massage their hands, face and legs as a relaxation technique during Tara Rokpa therapy at the Rokpa Support Network in the Harare suburb of Monavale, Zimbabwe.
RF2DAYTWE–Obbo Lawrence sews materials to make a backpack at a studio called Banakibuga Street Minds, that he shares with 7 other artists in Kampala, Uganda. Lawrence mixes converse and African fabrics to custom-make the bags, which sell for between 100,000 Uganda shillings to 350,000 Uganda shillings. (Patricia Lindrio, GPJ Uganda)
RM2DAYRC7–Activists marched in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city, to promote women’s rights, the same day that similar marches occurred around the world in response to the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump.
RM2DAYRRH–Eunice Muringa, a laboratory scientist, tests blood using a Tango machine at National Blood Service Zimbabwe in Harare.
RM2DAYRN4–Children attend a firefighting camp organized by the local firefighters in Douala, Cameroon.
RM2DAYT69–Tatenda Seremwe (second from left) and Tonderai Goreraza (second from right) play Three Make a Line, a game they play on weekends in Mabvuku, Zimbabwe
RM2DAYRNB–A farmworker in Lalate, a small area in Oyo state, Nigeria, helps another put a bowl of cassava roots on her head to carry to a nearby truck, which will deliver it to a processing factory.
RM2DAYRW6–Boats carrying people travel on the Congo River in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo.
RM2DAYTWH–Travelers depart from the Port Bell Landing Site on Lake Victoria in Kampala, Uganda.
RM2DAYTCJ–A young boy places a bet at a neighborhood betting shop in Kisangani, the capital of the Tshopo province.
RM2DAYTT9–People march in downtown Bulawayo, one of Zimbabwe’s largest cities, to commemorate people who died during Gukurahundi.
RF2DAYW75–Caption here (Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe)
RM2DAYTPT–Kerina Muguta sorts grass along the Harare-Mutare road in Nyazura, Zimbabwe. The grass is used to build thatched roofs.
RM2DAYT5C–Residents of Nsumbi village line up their jerrycans to fetch water from a bore hole in a neighboring district.
RF2DAYWBH–Caption here (Prudence Phiri, GPJ Zambia)
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