SOIL’s Dr. Sasha Kramer Wins the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Lifetime Achievement
SOIL’s beloved co-founder and fearless leader, Dr. Sasha Kramer, was recently awarded the Sarphati Sanitation Award for Lifetime Achievement in recognition of her work to develop sustainable sanitation solutions. Congratulations to Sasha, and thank you for your years of service!
The award is named after Dr. Samuel Sarphati, a doctor who made significant contributions to ridding the City of Amsterdam of cholera in the late nineteenth century.
We’re deeply honored to receive this recognition of Sasha’s work and of the model SOIL is building in Haiti.
In fact, here’s a special message to say thank you!
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