I can do that ....Toilet guideIf you are in eager to relieve yourself but fail to find a toilet in Wuhan, Hubei, you can ask a special toilet guide to show you the way. However, there are no free lunches. The service costs 3 jiao (3.8 cents) per time.
Special toilet guide has become a new profession in Wuhan The city has reportedly hired at least 10 such toilet guides. They are distinguishable by their red armbands. The special toilet guides, who can earn up to 10 yuan ($1.29) a day, mainly patrol the city's busy areas and scenic spots.
More than two years after I attended the launch of National Movement for the Socialisation of Standard Public Toilets in Indonesia
there have been few signs of progress, except in Aceh. It may have taken a tsunami, but the World Toilet Organisation is building communal toilets
in the province of Aceh.The 13 locations (11 in Banda Aceh, Aceh Besar and 2 in Meulaboh) identified are in densely populated areas and communal focal points: schools, mosques, kindergarten, orphanages, community centers and town focal points.
Prior to the Tsunami, the sanitation facilities in Banda Aceh and Meulaboh mainly consisted of simple unlined tanks called "septic tanks" percolating human excrements and contaminants directly to the groundwater. With the rise in the water table, the "septic tanks" are flooded with ground water. This caused serious pollution of the groundwater, and many NGOs working in Banda Aceh and Meulaboh realized this could cause an epidemic.
And in Jakarta post-flooding?
Where are the communal or public toilets, even one like this, in this shithole of a city?
Could some of the 2 or 3 million enterprising yet unemployed folk in town set up a toilet guide service?