3 results for tag: EcoSan education

SOIL Ecological Sanitation Training: November 16, 2016

[Li enfòmasyon sa a an kreyòl ayisyen.] SOIL conducts regular one-day workshops on SOIL’s use of ecological sanitation (EcoSan) technology in Haiti. This workshop includes an overview of SOIL’s programs, technologies used, lessons learned, and implementation suggestions. Read more about past training sessions here.   Workshop Information Date Wednesday, November 16, 2016 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Location Delmas 31, Port-au-Prince Language Haitian Creole Tentative Agenda 8:00 – 8:30: Registration 8:30 – 9:50: Welcome, Introduction to Ecological Sanitation and SOIL 9:50 – 10:20: Coffee and snacks 10:20-12:30: Technical ...

SOIL is a School Where You Find Many Teachers

I'm Jimmy Louis, and I work as the full time Sanitation Coordinator for SOIL in Port-au-Prince. I was integrated into the SOIL family in 2010 after the earthquake. I've come to see that SOIL is not just an office where you come to work and then leave; SOIL is a school where you find many teachers. When I joined SOIL, I found a solid team and family, and I was happily working and learning in no time. I feel that SOIL expands my autonomy in all of my work and for that, I commend the team. In the ecological sanitation trainings and classes that I have done with a wide variety of people, I see that many people in Haiti still tend to have practices that ...

Theo Talks Episode 12: Making UD Toilet Seats

Join SOIL’s charismatic Regional Director Theo Huitema on another adventure in EcoSan. This time Theo shows how SOIL's new vacuformer tool enables the SOIL team to make low-cost urine diversion (UD) seats. Now every part of SOIL's EcoSan toilets are made or purchased locally. Learn more about the vacufomer here (made from a vacuum cleaner, a stove top burner and a roll of aluminum foil) and watch the rest of the Theo Talk series here. Enjoy watching! Check out the entire Theo Talks series here!