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Job Post: Konpos Lakay Consultant

INTRODUCTION  Le but de cet appel d’offre est de trouver un consultant qui pourra aider SOIL à bien positionner son  produit Konpos Lakay afin qu'il puisse être vendu en quantite en Haïti. À la suite du travail de ce  consultant, SOIL aura un rapport avec des recommandations soumis par le consultant pour augmenter  la quantité de Konpos Lakay que nous vendrons au cours de l'exercice 2021-22. SOIL souhaite  embaucher un consultant ayant une bonne connaissance et expérience des projets agricoles dans le  pays, de la façon dont le gouvernement haïtien travaille pour mener à bien ces projets, et les fonds  impliqués dans le secteu...

Back to Benin

As all of our friends and supporters know, SOIL has been working to improve access to safe, dignified sanitation in Haiti since 2006. But you may not know that from time to time, SOIL also lends a hand with Ecological Sanitation (EcoSan) projects around the globe. Recently, SOIL’s Port-au-Prince Regional Director, Baudeler "Bobo" Magloire, returned to the West African country of Benin to follow up on a project launched way back in 2012 in partnership with the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) and their local partner, ADESCA. This project was funded through a National Geographic Blackstone Innovation Challenge grant. While many of you are old ...

SOIL Presents at WEDC 2013: Piloting Ecological Sanitation (EcoSan) in the Emergency Context of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, After the 2010 Earthquake.

SOIL is thrilled to announce that we recently had two papers published by the Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) that are being presented today and tomorrow at the 36th WEDC International Conference. Today, Anthony Kilbride, a former SOIL employee and current (lifelong) SOIL collaborator, presented "Piloting ecological sanitation (EcoSan) in the emergency context of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 2010 earthquake", co-written by Anthony, Sasha Kramer, and Nick Preneta. This paper details SOIL's revolutionary use of EcoSan as an emergency disaster response and makes suggestions for how this emergency sanitation response can be adapted ...