Day after day our agronomists bring in epic harvests of spinach, beets, sorghum, yams, and other vegetables, and people are starting to take note of the positive impact that EcoSan compost has on production yields. On the compost supply side, our hearts are rich with stories from SOIL toilet users who like their toilets and the demand for EcoSan toilets around Haiti is so strong that we can’t keep up with all the requests. This month, instead of sending you a long letter, we wanted to give you a chance to check out some of the latest positive news about our work in Haiti. We believe that we are truly making headway towards our goal of instigating a demand driven ecological sanitation revolution, and we couldn’t do it without your support.
With love from Haiti,
the SOIL team
- May 2013 Newsletter: A Sustainable Sanitation Revolution
- April 2013 Newsletter: Shada Flood
- March 2013 Newsletter: Springtime in the Caribbean
- February 2013 Newsletter: Growing Into 2013
- January 2013 Newsletter: Hope and Remembrance 3 Years Later
- December 2012 Newsletter: Happy Holidays from SOIL
- November 2012 Newsletter: 10,000 Trees for Haiti
- October 2012 Newsletter: With Love from Port-au-Prince
- September 2012 Newsletter: Where's the restroom?
- August 2012 Newsletter: 70 Friends Keep the Toilets Open
- July 2012 Newsletter: Compost and Cabbages
- June 2012 Newsletter: Sustainable Sanitation Works in Haiti
- May 2012 Newsletter: South Africa, Haiti, Sanitation and Friends
- Spring Newsletter 2012: We have 400,000 gallons of compost!
- January 2012: We’re Growing Vegetables and Playing Soccer in Port-au-Prince Again
- Winter 2011 – Ecological Sanitation Catches on in Haiti
- October 2011: Great news from Port-au-Prince!
- June 2011: Dear Friends of SOIL
- Winter Newsletter 2010: Burning Tires in the Time of Cholera
- Fall 2010 Newsletter: SOIL’s EcoSan Toilets Revolutionize Emergency Sanitation