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We are all walking on traditional lands...

Please help EWB work and walk alongside First Nations communities. Your donation will have x4 the impact this GIVING DAY, Tuesday 30 November.

'The Actioneers' Podcast Launch

Join us for the launch of our much-anticipated podcast, The Actioneers, on Thursday 2 December! Supporting the launch is a discussion with industry actioneers who will discuss the newly announced engineering competencies.

EWB Australia and ARUP awarded International Philanthropy Award

EWB Australia and ARUP Australasia have won the International Philanthropy award at the Philanthropy Australia Awards on 16 November 2021 for the Emergency Sanitation Guidelines in Vanuatu project.

Our First Nations commitment

EWB’s human-centred engineering movement aims to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are not left behind.

Limited Edition Print!

Only 200 prints are available, and each one has been individually signed and numbered by the artist, Ty Waigana

EWB responds to floods in Timor-Leste

EWB has swiftly responded to the flooding disaster in Timor-Leste that has created widespread damage and left 11,000 people displaced.

 

Our 2020 to 2030 Strategy

A world where technology benefits all.

International Program

With your help, we can build the capacity of local communities to manage their own engineering needs as a pathway to sustainable development.

Harnessing the potential of engineering to create an equitable reality for the planet and its people

Through partnership and collaboration, we’ve focused on developing skills, knowledge and appropriate engineering solutions for almost two decades.

EDUCATION

Education Programs

Redefining engineering pathways through real-world education and research programs, from Primary to PhD.

TRAINING

Training Programs

Developing a future-fit workforce for a sustainable society through immersive learning experiences.

Community Projects

Facilitating meaningful, sustainable change in-community through local partnerships.

 

TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

Technology Development

Technology development anchored by our unique human-centred engineering ethos.

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 Community Snapshot

Our programs and projects aim to enable the sector and community to access to skills and technical expertise. Our work spans the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu as well as Indigenous Australia.

Mobilising the Accessible Moto v2.0

Over the past year as EWB Australia initiated its new mobilisation program which matches...

In rural Cambodia, co-designed technology gives better access to livelihoods

The Agrilab works with communities of people with disability in rural areas of Cambodia to...

Partnering for Impact

“EWB Australia’s skill set and knowledge, and their capacity building of local engineers is...

Get Involved with EWB Australia

We take good intentions and turn them into meaningful impact.

Anyone can contribute – you don’t need to be an engineer – and there are plenty of ways to be involved, from simply spreading the word to engaging in meaningful volunteering or making a donation.

Recent News & Stories

Explore our projects, meet our people, learn more about the most recent work of EWB Australia.

Global Student Hackathon for World Engineering Day

Global Student Hackathon for World Engineering Day

World Engineering Day (WED) for Sustainable Development is celebrated on the 4th of March every year as a UNESCO international day promoting the profile of engineers and engineering. In 2022, engineering students across the world are invited to work in teams towards a...

Stopping the spread of COVID-19 in Cambodia

Stopping the spread of COVID-19 in Cambodia

Pictured: A nurse at a quarantine centre in Preyveng province using the EWB hand washing station. By Hamish Clark The Engineers Without Borders Australia team in Cambodia have been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the Cambodian government in recognition of...

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