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A student I had recently in my short course in California sent me a link to an award-winning NGO working in Haiti called SOIL (Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods) — a nonprofit working within the country performing truly beneficial work, utilizing compost toilets to deal with the perennial problem of waste management.

In the following clip SOIL’s Co-Founder & Executive Director, Dr. Sasha Kramer, provides an excellent, well-contextualized explanation of her organization’s work as well as the legacy of ecological & environmental degradation (and its corresponding effects on impacted human populations) often missing from discussions about colonial history:

Further Reading:

One Response to “Compost Toilets in Haiti”

  1. Sheri

    Dr. Sasha Kramer is doing such wonderful work! I have watched other videos on composting human waste but she really stepped up to the plate with such a huge project.


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