Workers and officials at the newly created district of Rubanda are struggling to operate without toilets.
Rubanda district was curved from Kabale district effective 1st July this year. It was housed in the dilapidated buildings and toilets of greater Rubanda County that were built in 1950’s.
The workers say that it becomes had to access the sanitary facilities they are vital.
One of the workers, dosage http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.compat.php who preferred anonymity to protect his job, says that sometimes they walk about 500metres to near Murole trading centre to ease themselves in private toilets.
He says that this has left them with difficulty especially those without speed to run to those toilets.
He also adds those who access some of the available toilets risk, since any time it can fall.
Another staff who also preferred anonymity says that people who come to the district for services, whenever they ask for places of convenience they tend to hide them.
Bernard Kasangaki the Rubanda district Principal Assistant Secretary admits that the district has a toilet crisis as the one available doesn’t meet the right standards.
He however says that the district has received money to construct new toilets and they already have bills of quantities.