Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa
In Komanda village in Democratic Republic of Congo’s northeastern Ituri province, Georgette Mwasi, 42, repairs a jerrican using a heated metal tool and recycled plastics. Jerricans, which are important in the area for transporting and storing water, cost more than 5,000 Congolese francs ($3.10) each, while Mwasi charges only 300 francs (19 cents) to repair a broken one.
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Photo by Pascaline Kavuo Mwasi Saambili