Project toilets survive earthquake

Miraculously the project toilets have escaped the earthquake.  The majority are in good condition, and only a few have received damage.  Where houses have been destroyed or damaged, the debris managed to miss the toilets in all but a few locations.

Now that the villagers have relocated to temporary shelters, some of which are clustered together, many toilet buildings are used for safe storage of food and valuable possessions such as brassware and prized pots.

Some older people have even taken to sleeping in the toilet building, once they saw these buildings survive both of the serious quakes.


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First world problem.... flight departure delayed while engineers fix the plane’s blocked toilet.... the day after World Toilet Day.
Update...toilet not fixable, replacement aircraft organised. First world solution.
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World Toilet Day 2019. TT in 2007, the beginning of matching dental programs in Nepal with improved access to clean water and toilets. Still the work continues.
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TT celebrates 20 years of working with Bishnu, project manager in Nepal. The first few years our dental programs, then adding sanitation with PP/HH, then adding earthquake reconstruction. We salute this hard working, passionate and compassionate local champion. Many thanks Bishnu Ji, dherai dherai dhanyabad mero sathi. Namaskar! ...