July 2013 Newsletter: Double Win for Haiti

Dear Friends,

Over the years SOIL has evolved into a humanitarian organization that focuses on sustainable social business solutions. Although we’re still in the early stages of experimentation, we believe we’re on the cusp of identifying low-cost toilet models and waste treatment options that do not burden users financially and provide sustainable local jobs to help rebuild Haiti’s economy.

A recent article about SOIL in the Christian Science Monitor highlighted these very business development efforts. Positive stories like this one inspire us to keep going and, we believe, keep the conversation on the possible. In a world where preventable water-borne disease is the second leading cause of death in children under five, we need immediate action and we need viable, affordable solutions to act upon now.

Donations to SOIL help us provide crucial emergency sanitation services in Haiti, but they also help us develop long-lasting solutions to these great challenges. Thank you for helping us dream big dreams! We couldn’t do it without your support.

With love from Haiti,
the SOIL team

Check out the article here: Double Win for Haiti: Human Waste into Valuable Fertilizer, Christian Science Monitor, July 1 2013.

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