On the blog today, EWB-USA member Eric Dietrich poses important questions about community-driven development from his experience with the EWB-USA Montana State University Chapter. Join the discussion by leaving a reply in the comments below! by Eric Dietrich How do you Read more
We’ve transformed millions of lives through our work around the globe. Meet the people we work alongside to build a better world and learn more about the solutions that offer healthier lives filled with hope and opportunity.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. This might not be the mantra you’d expect to hear from a community of 2,000 people living in western Honduras. But Candelaria is not what you might expect. Candelaria’s environmental story starts in the mid-‘90s when, for Read more
Cultures differ drastically, but parents everywhere share similar hopes and dreams for their children: to get a good education and to remain safe from harm. For parents in Khwisero, Kenya, the simple act of sending their children to school has Read more
With nearly 300 chapters around the country, it’s hard to choose the recipients of our annual Premier Chapter Award. By doing so, Engineers Without Borders USA recognizes chapters that meet the ideals of a successful EWB-USA chapter. These ideals include excellence Read more
By Becky Neely Is there a teacher whose lessons still ring in your ears? For me, it was Chuck Stone at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Stone passed away last month, and his obituary described him Read more
When we look back on our year, one of the highlights is always our premier award winners. Our Premier Project Awards recognize excellence in EWB-USA projects and highlight those that deliver high quality, sustainable solutions to help meet the basic needs of Read more