Building a More Sustainable, Climate-Resilient and Just Future with EWB-USA

Climate change is a pressing global challenge that is becoming more urgent and visible each day. EWB-USA’s vision of a world in which every community has the capacity to sustainably meet their basic needs can only be achieved by rising to the challenges presented by climate change and incorporating climate change thinking into the work… Read more »

Winners of the EWB-USA Spring 2018 Photo Contest

We were blown away by the quality of this year’s photo contest submissions! EWB-USA’s volunteers are fantastic photographers, and it was no easy task to choose only three winners from the nearly 150 images we received. Volunteers shared their best photos that showed people working, revealed personality and character, challenged stereotypes, embodied the mission and vision… Read more »

Kenyan Students Safer After Partnership with Montana Students

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 proven unsafe. Schoolchildren have died in this rural region of western Kenya as a result… Read more »

Things worth doing aren’t always easy things to do

Reflections on a premier project in Kenya Students are not only the future of Engineers Without Borders USA, but also humanitarian engineering worldwide. Our university chapters take on some very influential projects, like the EWB-USA Arizona State University Chapter’s project in Kenya. Along with the other Premier Project Award winners, the EWB-USA ASU chapter set… Read more »