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New research give critical insights into disposal of nappy waste in the Pacific

A new research report on nappy use in the Pacific has been released which provides critical insights into addressing the estimated 815 million single-use nappies used and disposed of in the Pacific region each year. EWB Australia completed the social and technical components of the research with the support of partner organisations and communities.

Meet our Futur-neers: David Sea

Growing up in Cambodia, David Sea never imagined he would one day be teaching children in rural Australia how to build floating houses like those on the Tonle Sap.

Now, in his final year completing a Bachelor of Engineering degree at The University of Queensland (UQ), David draws on his love of learning and science to teach school students about the wonders of engineering in his role as the UQ Chapter’s Youth Outreach Regioneering Coordinator.

However, his journey was not without challenges.

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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...

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Stellar EWB involvement leads to donation

Stellar EWB involvement leads to donation

One day in 2018, while spending part of her gap year volunteering as a teacher in Cambodia, Charli Fell’s career aspirations changed completely. Charli had always wanted to make a difference in the lives of others. She thought the best way to do so would be to become...

Meet our Futur-neers: David Sea

Meet our Futur-neers: David Sea

Pictured: David on-site in NSW in his role as an undergraduate process engineer with Metso Outotec in 2022. Growing up in Cambodia, David Sea never imagined he would one day be teaching children in rural Australia how to build floating houses like those on the Tonle...

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