Ingrid Henrys is a Haitian who obtained a master’s degree in agro-development engineering in France. She fell in love with EcoSan while writing her final report on the link between EcoSan and urban agriculture in Burkina Faso. After returning to Haiti, she served as the head of sanitation from 2008 to 2011 at the National Direction for Drinking Water and Sanitation. In 2011 she helped translate SOIL’s first edition of its EcoSan guide. Since then, Ingrid has worked more widely in the environment field and is now focusing more on environment protection and permaculture.