This Week: Your Gift Goes Further

From now until this Friday March 27th, our friends at Global Giving are matching all donations to SOIL of $50 or less by 50%! As SOIL works in the face of mounting challenges to nurture health, safety, and equitable access to critical services in some of Haiti's most vulnerable communities, we invite you to join us in solidarity by making a gift of any size today. Click here to learn more and to give a gift that goes further. Learn more about how SOIL is responding to COVID-19 to protect our colleagues, customers, and communities while ensuring that we ...

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Enfòmasyon sou COVID-19

Yon nouvo viris yo rele COVID-19 (Nouvo Kowonaviris) lan se yon viris respiratwa yo te detekte pou premye fwa nan vil Wuhan, Pwovens Hubei, peyi Lachin. Nouvo viris sa a te pwovoke enfeksyon konfime plizyè milye moun nan tout mond nan. Nan denye jou sa yo, viris la rive simaye sou tout latè. Sa vle di, se yon viris ki sikilè de moun an moun, de vil an vil, e de peyi an peyi. Kijan kowonaviris la simaye? Kowonaviris yo se viris respiratwa epi li simaye anjeneral atravè sekresyon respiratwa (tankou ti gout lè moun touse epi estène) yon moun ki enfekte ki antre an ...

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How SOIL is Responding to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to impact people around the world, we wanted to reach out to our community and share an update from SOIL’s operations on the ground in Haiti. Though there has yet to be a confirmed case of the virus in Haiti, our neighbors in the Dominican Republic have begun to report cases with an alarming frequency. While we are closely monitoring the situation in-country, SOIL’s team is working around the clock to prepare a robust organizational response to protect our colleagues, customers, and communities.   As we focus SOIL’s efforts on ...

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Boosting Efficiency and Designing for Resilience

Lukas and Jojo didn’t just observe the processes, they jumped in to get a hands on review of how it all worked! As a leader in container-based sanitation, SOIL is always looking for ways to optimize our process and take the work we do to the next level. SOIL’s research team has been working on a human-centered design project that takes a step back to evaluate the efficiency of every step of the sanitation service chain. To do this, SOIL recently teamed up with Swiss design business KreativKonsum and composting toilet business Kompotoi. They came to visit us in ...

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Meet SOIL’s New Senior Sales Manager Viviane

Viviane (third from the right) alongside other SOIL staff at our TiLari office in January during her first official monthly meeting with the team Following a decade plus of experience in sales and marketing, Viviane Thomas was in the midst of a short break from running her own business due to the political instability in Haiti when she decided to apply for a Senior Sales Manager position with SOIL. Outside of the role being in the realm of her career goals, Viviane shared that she was driven to take the leap for a chance to have a new work experience with a different kind ...

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Avi rekritman

Rezime: SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods) travay an Ayiti pou transfòme dechè an resous itil depi lane 2006. Misyon nou se kore diyite, lasante ak travay sosyal dirab nan transfomasyon dechè an resous enpòtan pou lanati. Sèvis EkoLakay se yon sevis twalèt inovatif ke SOIL lanse depi 2011 nan Okap. EkoLakay genyen pliske 1000 kliyan nan zon Kap-Ayisyen epi yon lot 100 kliyan nan Potoprens ki anrejistre pou sèvis sa epi peye mansyèlman pou yon koleksyon ki fasilite tout matyè a trete e transfòme nan yon konpòs. Konpòs sa, ki rele Konpos Lakay, ...

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Avi rekritman

Rezime: SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods) travay an Ayiti pou transfòme dechè an resous itil depi lane 2006. Misyon nou se kore diyite, lasante ak travay sosyal dirab nan transfòmasyon dechè an resous enpòtan pou lanati. Sèvis EkoLakay se yon sevis twalèt inovatif ke SOIL lanse depi 2011 nan Okap. EkoLakay genyen pliske 1000 kliyan ki peye chak mwa pou yon koleksyon ki fasilite tout matyè a trete epi transfòme nan yon konpòs. Konpòs sa, ki rele Konpos Lakay, rive teste nan laboratwa avan li anbale epi vann sou mache nasyonal la pou itilize nan ...

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Job Opening: Research and Analysis Fellow

Innovative, award-winning non-profit organization with over twelve years of demonstrated success in Haiti seeks a Research and Analysis Fellow to conduct analyses and manage on-site research to help SOIL achieve strategic goals and advance knowledge in the sanitation sector. Title Research and Analysis Fellow Primary Work Location Remote-based to begin with the intention of relocation to Cap-Haitien, Haiti in future months Availability As soon as possible Positions Open 1 Posting date February 25, 2020 Application Deadline March 9, ...

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Cultivating Food Production with 2,000 Bags of Compost

Haiti’s local food systems have been hit hard by the worsening political and economic situation in Haiti, with ongoing challenges for farmers trying to get their food to markets, and for families facing devastating price increases. As a result, food scarcity has worsened in Haiti for some of the country’s most vulnerable communities. Though the underlying problems are complex and stem beyond degraded soils alone, the growing challenges for local farmers and families struggling to put food on the table is a strong reminder of the critical need to invest in efforts to ...

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Job Opening: Development Associate

Job Announcement: Development Associate Application Deadline: March 9, 2020 Start Date: Position currently open ABOUT SOIL SOIL is an award-winning organization founded in 2006, inspired by the belief that the most pervasive human rights abuse globally is poverty. SOIL works in Haiti to increase access to climate-positive sanitation services using a groundbreaking circular-economy model that simultaneously improves public health, food security, economic development, and ecological resiliency. SOIL’s sanitation service currently provides over 6,000 people with ...

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