Kabanda Epimaque repairs damaged jerry cans for villagers on the side of the road in Rulindo, Rwanda. In Rwanda, jerry cans are used multiple times per day by families to haul water from village taps and communal water sources to their homes. Kabanda charges between 30 and 200 Rwandan francs (roughly $0.05 to $0.35), depending upon the size of the hole, per repair.
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