3 results for tag: children


SOIL Participates in First-Ever National Interscholastic Puzzle Competition in Haiti

SOIL's mobile toilets at the event in Cap-Haitien. The SOIL team loves to be a part of a problem-solving mission. However, we were introduced to an entirely new puzzling experience earlier this month with the first ever National Interscholastic Puzzle Competition in Cap-Haitien! Alas, they would not let us compete, because they said we were too old, but we did get to provide the sanitation facilities! SOIL has recently started renting out mobile toilets at local events around Cap-Haitien as a new way to diversify our revenue stream and provide much needed on-site sanitation to these events. As we previously highlighted in May, SOIL’s EkoLakay ...

Theo Talks Episode 16: Heaps, Heaps, and Heaps of Children

Join SOIL’s charismatic Regional Director Theo Huitema as he shares a laugh with the "heaps and heaps and heaps" of children in Shada (where SOIL has been working for many years to expand access to ecological sanitation). In this short adventure a kid hops a ride in a suitcase careening through Cap-Haitiens narrow streets. Moments like this make us so grateful to work in such a vibrant and resilient community. Check out the entire Theo Talks series here

Theo Talks Episode 15: Theo Gets a Lesson in How to Play Marbles

Join SOIL’s charismatic Regional Director Theo Huitema on another adventure. In this short video, Theo attempts to learn how to play marbles from the children of Shada (where SOIL has been working for many years to expand access to ecological sanitation). By the end, it's still not clear whether Theo has fully learned the rules, but according to Theo, "this is a video that is not saying a lot, it's just nice to see the kids". Check out the entire Theo Talks series here