New Video: OAEC and SOIL Turn Waste into a Resource in Haiti
OAEC's permaculture-based collaboration with Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL)  is supporting Haiti to transform human waste into resources. SOIL's project of community-based composting toilets not only improves public health through water quality improvement and disease reduction, but also increases local economic sustainability through job creation and a valuable product--nutrient-rich soil.
OAEC's Brock Dolman and Kendall Dunnigan recently had the honor of facilitating the SOIL  staff through a permaculture design process for their new ecology center. While in Haiti, Brock and Kendall were supported with language and content translation by two interpreters, Jean Arnaud and Ingrid Henrys.
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