For example, we build a toilet in a family home or in a school nominated (for the toilet) by their “urbanised compatriots”. The nominee agrees that they are willing to take our toilet.
The compatriot is typically a close relative/friend/leader to the nominee. For the nomination to succeed, the compatriot is compelled to lower their social status, privately discuss with the school/family and jointly decide – in such private discussions, coercion around it being “disgusting” or “undignified” to shit on the open ground, if any, is not expected be harmful to the nominee.
Organisations/corporations/persons that draw attention to their products, services, candidacy or events in public offline news medium e.g. a political candidate, a business etc support this project in-kind – they promote this project so that there may be more nominations. They #WasteNoAds in the process.
Political candidate and family businesses have or want to have connections with their local area – they are more than happy to support. National and international chains, on the other hand, often have a strong social or community support ethos as part of their corporate policy, providing free or subsidised goods and services – and sometimes funding too – for local community initiatives. Businesses operate as part of communities and hold as much of a stake in supporting local community amenities and promoting civic pride as the locals themselves.
Therefore, families/schools are still toilet-less because: you, their “urbanised compatriots” are about to nominate them for toilets; and or, corporations/organisations/persons are about to #WasteNoAds.