Awards & Recognitions
SOIL has been honored to receive numerous awards and recognition of our work in Haiti including:
In the News
BBC NEWS: WHY ARE PEOPLE PAYING $6 FOR A BAG OF HUMAN WASTE?
The women saving lives using sewage.
AJ+: TURNING DEADLY POOP INTO FERTILE SOIL
Haiti is fighting cholera by turning human poop into rich fertilizer.
WORLD BANK: A PEEK INTO SOIL'S INCLUSIVE SANITATION SOLUTION
Solving the sanitation problem in cities requires much more than sewered systems.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: TRANSFORMING POOP INTO AN ECO-FRIENDLY FERTILIZER
Everyone poops. But who wants to actually deal with it?
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: PUTTING WASTE TO WORK
Sasha Kramer fights some of Haiti's most pressing health, economic and environmental problems, one toilet at a time.
RT: CARIBBEAN ROUND-UP WITH SOIL
RT sat down with the Sasha Kramer to discuss economic development in Haiti.
BBC: HAITI'S FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE WITH THE ECO-TOILET
Poor sanitation has caused serious health problems in the country - but could a special eco toilet improve the situation?
AL JAZEERA ENGLISH: ECO-TOILETS IN HAITI
How an innovative toilet-to-garden process is turning waste into resource in Haiti's camp for the internally-displaced.
NEW YORK TIMES: THE MIRACLE TOILET
Nicholas Kristof reports from Haiti about toilets that address the sanitation problems that lead to cholera, while providing fertilizer to help farmers.