BBC: Checking in with SOIL and the Problem Solvers
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In early 2017, a team of journalists from the BBC traveled to Haiti to report on SOIL’s work to transform dangerous human waste into an environmental solution: lush, organic compost! In a follow up to the interview and video that they published last year, BBC World Hacks’ radio show checks back in with SOIL during their latest episode.
Listen to the podcast below to learn about how SOIL’s toilets fared in the face of the flooding that followed Hurricane Irma and about the findings of an upcoming World Bank report on SOIL‘s inclusive sanitation solution.
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