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Episode 2 now available

In Episode 2 of The Actioneers podcast, Melanie Audrey, EWB’s Engagement Program Manager talks to Milda and Chris from the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), Young Engineers Working Group on Climate Action, about their experience negotiating at COP26 in Glasgow.

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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.

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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...

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

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Who’s responsible for gender diversity in engineering?

Who’s responsible for gender diversity in engineering?

By Sheila Mariana Artanti On the 6th of October 2021, EWB NSW Chapter in partnership with the Women in Engineering, Engineers Australia Newcastle division, hosted an online webinar leveraging the findings from the 2018 EWB Australia report, 'Engineering Redefined”....

Oxfam supports flood recovery response in Timor-Leste

Oxfam supports flood recovery response in Timor-Leste

As part of EWB’s emergency response to the catastrophic April floods in Timor-Leste,  EWB worked with Oxfam Timor-Leste, teaming up with Feto Enginhera (Women in Engineering) to coordinate clean water and sanitation initiatives to flood-affected communities of Hera....

Supporting Timor-Leste’s emergency infrastructure recovery

Supporting Timor-Leste’s emergency infrastructure recovery

In the midst of a COVID-19 lockdown in April this year, heavy rain caused widespread flood damage throughout Timor-Leste. Over 11,000 people were displaced from their homes and 45% of Dili’s population (70,000 people) were without ongoing and reliable access to clean...

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