Fred takes shelter from the rain after a night of fishing.
Fish mongers party at the Capital Pub.
Fishermen return from a night on the lake.
Fish mongers weigh the catch while the tax collector watches.
Loading a truck bound for a processing factory in the capital.
A laborer untangles nets, preparing a boat for a night of fishing.
Crews tend to Kaymba John's boats. Besiege Mukama means "Those Who Believe in God."
Men pull illegal purse seines from the beach near town, hauling in everything in the path of the nets.
Fish mongers bid on the day's catch.
A load of illegally small Nile Perch.
Men haul sacks of ice to prep boats that will spend days on the lake.
Boys shoot pool at a beach bar.
Nakesa Sarah, in green, is known as the unofficial leader of Kasensero's prostitutes.
Dancing at the Capital Pub.
A support group for people who have been widowed or orphaned by AIDS.
A woman with late stage AIDS.
Kasensero's main street.
Shops are open late on Kasenerso's main street.
Unloading the catch.
Illegally small perch that have been salted and dried to for export to Congo.
Fishermen talk in a warehouse.
Shooting pool at the New Mugambe Hotel.
Waitresses in an empty bar.
A man shows his child.
On the edge of an Easter Party on the beach.
A man passed out next to a bar on the main street.
A fisherman sleeps in his boat.