SOIL and Dr. Sasha Kramer Featured by Cartier Philanthropy

photo credit: SOIL/Tony Marcelli

SOIL’s Executive Director, Dr. Sasha Kramer, was honored to recently speak with our long-time partner Cartier Philanthropy, alongside other development non-profit organizations, about finding ways to function and often flourish successfully, despite operating in countries facing arduous, persistently unstable conditions. 

Cartier Philanthropy featured the conversation in an article on their website. In the article, Sasha describes the challenges our team members in Cap-Haïtien face, and she explains that one of the keys to SOIL’s ability to carry on despite the current political and economic challenges in Haiti is due to our invaluable team of Haitian staff members, many of whom have been with us for more than a decade and are truly committed to the work that we do. 

We are grateful for the continued support of Cartier Philanthropy as we work to provide safe, affordable, and dignified sanitation that is accessible to all. You can read the full article here.

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1 Reply to "SOIL and Dr. Sasha Kramer Featured by Cartier Philanthropy"

  • Claudia Wolfe
    September 13, 2022 (3:31 pm)

    I have been supporting this amazing organization for a few years now. I enjoy reading the newsletters and especially stories from customers which give me a peek into their culture, and their lives. I love reading about their “learning curve” like the story of how they are trying different materials to collect the raw product to turn into soil for community gardens.

    It saddens me that the Melinda/Bill Gates Foundation is not more behind SOIL since they have noted their keen interest in preventing dysentry in some of the African Countries they invest in.

    Perhaps someday, I will overcome my aversion to making all the arrangements to travel and see SOIL’s operation first hand. In the meantime, I continue to read and enjoy the newsletters. I also often send the newsletters to friends hoping they will decide to give monthly support no matter how small (or better yet LARGE :-)

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