A portrait of Sifiso at her home in Matobo, in Zimbabwe’s Matabeleland South province where she lives with her husband and 6 of her 7 children. She has been farming since 1973 supporting her family. “I am not learned and so it affects me when I fail to take my children to school because that means they won’t be able to earn a living and I can’t help.” For Oxfam
Friday Abraham, 15, follows Asina for some private questions after an educative session in Bululu, Bugiri, Uganda. It is providing information like this to young people that Asina finds rewarding - "to help them understand that it's their responsibility to make better informed health choices." For Rutgers International.
Zainab Ojaku, a nurse and mother of four, is a member of Yumbe Muslim women’s group. A Listen Up Activist, she started doing activism work to empower her daughters, she hopes for them to be confident, educated and women of professions in the future. For IRC
A day of picking sugarcane ends with the women carrying a small batch each back home in preparation for transporting the plant to the market in Harare. In a day, Lucia can chop up to 23 dozen batches of the plant which takes them two days to carry all of them back to her home. For Lendwithcare
Oroma Catherine, the Chairperson of the Hand Pump Mechanics Association of Lamogi Sub-County carrying out routine maintenance on one of the boreholes rehabilitated by Amref in Amuru District, Uganda. For AMREF Health Africa.
Portrait of Hashibu Kabuye in his classroom at Busega Preparatory School, in Kampala, Uganda. Because of the COVID pandemic, the government of Uganda imposed strict rules that included schools being closed for most of the year, only to reopen in October for learners in their final level classes. For WHO.