It is the largest open-air market in west Africa. More than one million people visit the market daily. Its reputation is sub-regional and even international. This large complex of 13 hectares originally built in 1963, now reaches 18 hectares and invades the surrounding homes. At this market toilets are almost nonexistent. Customers and merchants are forced to urinate everywhere. Dantokpa is a model of sub-regional integration because many traders in West Africa (Nigeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, and Côte d’Ivoire) and Central Africa including Cameroon can be found on this great market doing business. Our toilets will be greeted with a breath of relief by the thousands of men and women who attend every day this market.