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latrine

[lə‚trēn]
(engineering)
A toilet facility, either fixed or of a portable nature, such as is maintained underground for use by miners.

latrine

1. A public toilet.
2. A privy.
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Some members of RPF Inkotanyi explained that the initiative came into action considering the presence of some households with no latrines that might lead to health hazards over poor hygiene.
Une soixantaine villages dans trois departements du Tonkpi sont concernes par ces constructions de latrines. Le projet s'execute en deux phases dont la premiere prend fin en decembre 2019, suivie de la seconde qui demarre en 2020.
The chemicals are used to treat the gas in the latrines.
Otter latrines may represent important locations for information exchange among wildlife species, as many other riparian mammals also rely on olfactory cues (Harrington et al., 2009).
CDC again said per its observation, the HFCs are not having materials to be used immediately a patient visits the latrine and this is a bad practice.
The district and upazila councils are providing five rings and one slab for making latrine to each family in rural areas.
Conceding that latrines had been known to overflow on occasion, Maalouf said this was sometimes outside the NGOs' control.
The Preah Sihanouk provincial administration on Tuesday launched its first public latrine facility with 17 toilets at the Independence Beach Park to ease visitors' difficulties and conserve the coastal environment.
"I am requesting the relevant authorities to address the matter to ensure learning is not disrupted as pupils prepare to continue with their studies after the December holiday," he said.Mr Moywaywa added that when he reached out to the Constituency Development Fund board he was told there are no funds to rebuild the latrines.
Working with the local community they are paving the way to construct latrines in the village.
She said the pit latrines were used as contingencies in cases where there was no water supply which was highly experienced by the sub-district, and when available water borne toilets were dysfunctional.
AEL project activities have mobilized communities to help with latrine construction, to foster a sense of ownership and empowerment.