16 results for tag: Sustainable Sanitation Conference 2012


Le Nouvelliste: Des toilettes aux assiettes: Et si nous passions à des solutions alternatives pour l’assainissement?


Challenges News: Quand ong et secteur privé sont partenaires


Sustainable Sanitation Conference 2012: Summary and Overview

SOIL, in partnership with UNICEF, hosted the first Sustainable Sanitation Conference in Haiti on June 12-13, 2012. Over 150 people from over 50 groups, organizations and government ministries attended. Presentations Introduction Tim Forster, Independent Consultant "National Sanitation Strategy" Edwige Petit, DINEPA "Global Overview of Sustainable Sanitation Experiences" Anthony Kilbride, Independent Consultant "Experiences with Double Vault Composting Toilets in Croix-des-Bouquets" Vakenson Sanon, French Red Cross "Arborloos in Rural Areas of Haiti" Gigi Pomerantz, Youthaiti "Experiences with Ecological Sanitation at Resett...

"Introduction" Tim Forster, Independent Consultant

This is a review of the introduction from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here.

"Existing Research on Pathogen Die-Off in Ecological Sanitation Systems" Sasha Kramer, Nick Preneta, Joaneson Lacour

This is a review of one presentation from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here.

"Global Overview of Experiences with Sustainable Sanitation" Anthony Kilbride, Independent Consultant

This is a review of one presentation from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here.   My presentation, on ‘The Global Overview of Experiences with Sustainable Sanitation’ is probably somewhat ambitious to fit into a 30 minute period, however, I will try and tie all the parts together. The parts of this presentation are broadly speaking: Sustainable Sanitation – a little history. Treatment systems in Port-au-Prince – a little evaluation, are they sustainable? ...

"Kaka Kapab! SOIL’s Experiences with Ecological Waste Treatment and Compost Reuse" Jean Marie Noel and Romel Toussaint, SOIL

This is a review of one presentation from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here.         This presentation will start with a discussion of how it is possible to transform human wastes into nutrient rich soil which is free of pathogens. Prezantasyon sa ap komanse ak yon ti pale sou ki jan pou transfome kaka nan yon bel tè ki rich an eleman e ki pa gen mikwob ki ta fe moun malad.   Many of the presentations in this conference have ...

"SOIL’s Experiences in Ecological Sanitation: Adapting a Sanitation Model to Address Past Failures" Baudeler Magloire and Erinold Frederic, SOIL

This is a review of one presentation from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here.       SOIL te komanse travay an Ayiti nan 2006. Oganizasyon nan te komanse travay la nan no d’Ayiti epi pandan epok 2006 – 2009 nou te konstwi 54 twalet piblik ak seperasyon pipi a, kom ekzamp ke ou we nan foto sa. Pati sa nan prezantasyon nan ap fokis sou kote nou reyisi ak sistem sa ni kote nou echwe e ki jan sa nou te aprann pandan peryod sa te enfòme travay ki te vini ...

"National Sanitation Strategy" Edwige Petit, DINEPA

This is a review of one presentation from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here.

"Experiences with Ecological Sanitation at Resettlement Sites" Patrick Clervil and Joseph Pierre-Juste, Concern

This is a review of one presentation from the Sustainable Sanitation Conference, co-hosted by SOIL and UNICEF in June 2012. For an introduction and general overview of the conference, or to find information about other presentations, click here. [gview file="https://www.oursoil.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/1.6-CONCERN.pptx"]