Let’s have commercial toilets at all fuel stations to curb open defecation

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Ghanaian engineer and technologist, Dr. Albert M. Wright, who introduced the Kumasi Ventilated Improved Pit (KVIP), has prescribed the mandatory construction of toilets at the country’s many fuel stations, to help curb the high incidence of open defecation in the country.Dr Wright also spoke of the hope that with CLTS the country’s open defecation rates would decrease and help meet the MDGs.

Source: Ghana Business News, 24th October 2011

Date: 25 October 2011