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Namgay family pit toilet in Shingkhey, Bhutan, was part of a program mandated by the country's king to force the Bhutanese to use a specific location for toileting. This program has not been a success. Most families still use the surrounding bushes and fields. Published in Material World: A Global Family Portrait, Toilets of the World page 225.

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Namgay family pit toilet in Shingkhey, Bhutan, was part of a program mandated by the country's king to force the Bhutanese to use a specific location for toileting. This program has not been a success. Most families still use the surrounding bushes and fields. Published in Material World: A Global Family Portrait, Toilets of the World page 225.