Glenda M. Powers and Winston Powers, Healing and Hope for Colminy

A man uses a shovel and appears to be deconstructing some concrete.

Colminy, Haiti has no sanitation system, resulting in the community’s practice of open defecation. Glenda M. Powers and Winston Powers are aiming to turn human waste into compostable assets that can reduce pollution, enrich the soil, increase food production and contribute to better health through the Healing and Hope for Colminy project. An eco-sanitation system, arborloo and tippy-tap, will be constructed, resulting in sustainable sanitation practices.

Date grant awarded: 1/6/2017
Website: http://hhcolminy.org/