Daily Work consists of portraits of day laborers and their families working in the rural village of ChaCha, Ethiopia. Each day, their work may change depending on the season and where work is needed. During the rainy season, workers may work in the fields collecting cow dung and in the dry season they work to flatten and prepare dung to be used as fuel for fire. Other daily work consists of the building of homes and businesses, working in flour mills or baking injera. Daily workers do not make much, most days work is equivalent to a dollar or so a day.