Engineers Unlock Potential
Engineers Without Borders USA believes in the power of engineering to change lives. Clean water. Reliable energy. Safe access. These are gifts that truly keep on giving.Donate
Designing Sustainable SolutionsEngineers Without Borders USA builds a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs. Our highly skilled volunteers work with communities to find appropriate solutions for their infrastructure needs.
International Community Program
The International Community Program's hundreds of infrastructure projects across the globe are community-based, community-owned and community-maintained.Learn More
Engineering Service Corps
The Engineering Service Corps connects the world-class problem-solving skills of our most seasoned volunteers to organizations in the international development sector.Learn More
Community Engineering Corps
The Community Engineering Corps' alliance unites 200,000+ technical professionals and students to design engineering solutions for underserved communities in the U.S.Learn More
You can change the world.
From designing safe water solutions to building a clinic to providing energy access, your support makes fulfilling the world’s engineering needs a reality!Donate
Volunteer to engineer change.
Invest your time where it will have the most impact. By lending your passion and expertise, you help us build strong, sustainable communities around the world!Volunteer
Unleashing Great Minds on Great Problems
EWB-USA Receives Grant from Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to Enhance Water Service in Ghana
In partnership with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and Safe Water Network, EWB-USA will bring sustainable and safe water services to communities in Ghana!Learn more
2016 Annual Report
Our 2016 Annual Report is here! Let us show you how access to water, sound structures and reliable energy fuels brighter futures.Read the Report
Give water. Give hope.
These days there is lots to smile about in Chief Habu Murenyi Ignace's small Rwandan village. Villagers used to endure a back-breaking 11-hour journey for clean water.Give clean water today