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Our Guatemala Office is Open!

EWB-USA’s expansion beyond our borders continues! This summer, we established an in-country office in Quetzaltenango, the second largest city in Guatemala. The Guatemala in-country program will build on the lessons learned from our inaugural field office in Nicaragua as well Read more

Happy First Anniversary to our Nicaragua Office!

After more than a decade of fieldwork, and following best practices of peer organizations, in June 2015 EWB-USA identified an important and strategic opportunity to pilot an in-country field office in Nicaragua. Our International Community Programs Manager, Gretchen Smithwick, relocated Read more

Building a Better World: EWB-USA’s Premier Projects

EWB-USA is proud to announce this year’s Premier Awards, which recognize our volunteers who go above and beyond in service to our organization and our partner communities. Today we’re wrapping up our Premier Award series by recognizing three incredible EWB-USA Read more

The Best of the Best: EWB-USA’s Premier Chapters

EWB-USA is proud to announce this year’s Premier Awards, which recognize our volunteers who go above and beyond in service to our organization and our partner communities. This week we would like to recognize the incredible work being done within Read more

Announcing this Year’s EWB-USA Premier Award Winners!

EWB-USA is proud to announce this year’s Premier Awards, which recognize our volunteers who go above and beyond in service to our organization and our partner communities. In this three-part series, we will highlight the accomplishments of individuals, chapters and Read more

The Quest for Clean Water in the Salinas Valley

Surrounded on all sides by farmland sits a small, disadvantaged community of 10 housing units in California’s Salinas Valley. The primarily Spanish-speaking residents are agricultural laborers who work the fields of what is commonly known as “America’s Salad Bowl” due Read more