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In September 2014, the SAFI (Kiswahili for 'clean') was created to replace the oftentimes dangerous pit latrines. It is offered in a wet model as well as a dry model. It was made for rural families, who contributed feedback, and including characteristics such as durable, affordable, safe, easy to clean, not smelly, with a pan that does not spill, and it allows women nearby to bathe in private. it can be purchased and installed for as little as USD 70.
Use it dry as a long drop without water seal seat and bowl or with the water-seal bowl that can be flushed by hand-held container of only 1 litre of water.
Made of roto-moulded plastic in bush green colour it weighs only 6 kg and has a base of 1 square metre. Strong , easy-to-clean and light…and a happy place to sit and meditate in the bush!