SOIL

Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) is dedicated to protecting soil resources, empowering communities and transforming wastes into resources in Haiti.
Expanding Sustainable Sanitation in Haiti
by SOIL
 
In Haiti, less than 20% of the population has access to safe toilets. In order to facilitate the development of a robust, sustainable sanitation solution, SOIL is researching and developing social business models using composting toilets that safely transform collected waste into rich, organic compost. SOIL is demonstrating that sanitation can both generate livelihoods in a developing economy and provide critical services affordably to impoverished urban communities. project reportread updates from the field
Generating Organic Compost for Farming in Haiti
by SOIL
 
Haiti is one of the most food-insecure countries in the world, in large part due to soil infertility and erosion that impede farming. SOIL addresses this problem by producing organic, agriculture-grade compost from recycled human waste, collected from the composting toilets in our sanitation projects. This project will increase our compost production capacity, helping more Haitians improve the soil and raise crops that are healthier, can better sustain drought, and yield larger harvests. project reportread updates from the field
Support Sustainable Agriculture in Haiti
by SOIL
 
Haiti is one of the most food-insecure countries in the world, in large part due to soil infertility and erosion that impede farming. SOIL is researching the use of compost that is generated through its ecological sanitation projects. This knowledge will enable farmers to improve the soil and raise crops that are healthier, can better sustain drought, and yield larger harvests. project reportread updates from the field
Support Sustainable Agriculture Students in Haiti
by SOIL
 
Haiti is one of the most food-insecure countries in the world, in large part due to soil infertility and erosion that impede farming. University students in our agronomy internship research the use of compost to improve the soil and raise crops that are healthier, can better sustain drought, and yield larger harvests. This hands-on training will prepare them to make a lasting impact on small farmers in Haiti and provide career opportunities in a country where a good job is hard to find. project reportread updates from the field
Sanitation for 3,500 Earthquake Victims in Haiti
by SOIL
 
Over three years after the earthquake, thousands of people still living in camps lack access to safe sanitation facilities. SOIL's Emergency Sanitation program provides them with safe, clean no-flush toilets and collects the waste for composting. The program tackles the immense public health challenge posed by lack of sanitation while simultaneously providing another enormous benefit: rich, organic compost critical for restoring the health of Haiti's farms and forests. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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