124 Church Road
Dr. Sasha Kramer
Leah Nevada Page, Nick Preneta, Theo Huitema, Baudeler Magloire, Jean Marie Noel, Romel Toussaint
Jessica Covell, Sasha Kramer, Moira Duvernay, Deirdre Redden, Jessica Lozier, Sister Mary Finnick, Kefryn Reese, Lavarice Gaudin, David Reese, Leah Nevada Page, Nick Preneta, Theo Huitema, Baudeler Magloire, Jean Marie Noel, Romel Toussaint
Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) is dedicated to protecting soil resources, empowering communities and transforming wastes into resources in Haiti.
Since 2006, SOIL has been working in some of the poorest areas in Haiti to facilitate the community-identified priority of ecological sanitation (EcoSan), where human wastes are converted into valuable fertilizer. EcoSan simultaneously tackles some of Haiti's toughest challenges - providing improved sanitation to thousands of people who would otherwise have no access to a toilet and producing thousands of gallons of compost critical for agriculture and reforestation. Since building Haiti's first EcoSan toilet in 2006 and Haiti's first urban waste treatment facility in 2009, SOIL has gone on to become one of the largest sanitation providers in Haiti with clean, popularly-received and effective toilets and waste treatment facilities around the country, strong partnerships with the non-profit, business and government sectors, and a robust information-sharing and education program that has helped increase the use of EcoSan by organizations and institutions around Haiti, and by international non-profit organizations globally.