Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods
- Sustainable Sanitation in Haiti
- Human Rights
Since 2006, SOIL has been transforming wastes into resources in Haiti.
SOIL seeks to promote dignity, health, and sustainable livelihoods through the transformation of wastes into resources. Through the use of ecological sanitation (EcoSan), a process in which nutrients from human wastes return to the soil rather than polluting fresh water resources, SOIL is working to create a revolutionary social business model for providing access to safe, dignified sanitation that produces rich, organic compost as a natural resource for Haiti’s badly-depleted soils, while also creating economic opportunities in some of the world’s most under-resourced communities.