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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...
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...
Valuing sanitation in challenging environments

Valuing sanitation in challenging environments

Pictured: Erakor Bridge Community resident David Kalsal, who has been a vocal campaigner for improved access to safe sanitation. Across the world, 3.6 billion people are living without access to safe sanitation.  For many communities, conventional, affordable and...