1116-44580 - Hamer woman carrying a baby at a bull jumping ceremony, which initiates a boy into manhood, in the village of Asile, Omo Valley, Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples' Region, Ethiopia
857-70414 - Jen Dwyer holds a photograph of her grandmother while taking part in the All Souls Procession in Tucson, Arizona, November 6, 2002. Inspired by Mexico's Dia de los Muertos holiday, over 10,000 participants gather on the streets of downtown Tucson for a two-mile long human-powered procession that ends in the finalizing action of burning a large urn filled with the hopes, offerings and wishes for those who have passed.
1194-2650 - Burundi nduwamahoro, active non,violence peace building project, supported by sciaf. In the home of grandmother ntezahorigwa pelagie, 60. The family preparing food: taking beans from their pods, cleaning peas and peeling cassava, their staple diet.
1194-85 - CAMBODIA Grandmother and baby in hammock. Don Tok village, Kampot, lies beside a river estuary and is often flooded by sea water, a consequence of climate change during the last few years. CRS is studying the problem through its partner agency, SCW (Save Cambodian Wildlife). These people have to endure the inconvenience of daily flooding around their homes. photo by Sean Sprague
1194-165 - UGANDA The work of Comboni Samaritans, Gulu. Visiting a child headed family. Aromorach Sharon is the oldest girl and looks after her 6 younger siblings and her elederly grandmother. Her parents died of AIDS. Aged 14, she is a pupil of Obinya primary school. Sharon preparing a family meal by peeling sweet potatoes. PHOTO by Sean Sprague