Aljazeera - Surf’s up in impoverished Papua New Guinea

"The problems that are now stopping us from executing the toilet project - the labour shortage and land disputes - they're not road blocks, they're speed bumps," Parker said.

"We've dealt with plenty of them in the past and there's always a way around them. But it takes time and it takes patience. It takes years of slow-burning work on the ground. You can't throw capital at a non-capitalistic problem. You need to change behaviour first."