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Seeking solutions to acceptance of female engineers in Timor-Leste

Seeking solutions to acceptance of female engineers in Timor-Leste

A new report aims to highlight the challenges and explore solutions to the barriers that female engineers face in Timor-Leste – of which there are many. Feto Enginhera was formed in 2014 to support the technical and engineering careers of women in Timor-Leste. Less...

In the workshop with FREO2

EWB established a partnership with FREO2 in June this year, aiming to further develop and scale technology for children and newborns who catch pneumonia or suffer acute breathing troubles – a key cause of death in developing countries. Over the past six months,...
The 2020 Danny Awards

The 2020 Danny Awards

Each year the Danny Awards, named after EWB founder Danny Almagor, recognises those in our volunteer network who have made an outstanding contribution to EWB’s mission. The 2020 awards were held online on Thursday December 17 2020. Here are the winners… Leader...
Mobilising the Accessible Moto v2.0

Mobilising the Accessible Moto v2.0

Over the past year as EWB Australia initiated its new mobilisation program which matches volunteers with specific real-world projects to support EWB’s work. To launch the program, we identified three distinct streams: Open Challenges – such as the BirthWatch...
The EWB Challenge Showcase 2020 – it’s a wrap!

The EWB Challenge Showcase 2020 – it’s a wrap!

The EWB Challenge Showcase for 2020 has wrapped up three days of online hosted pitches, presentations and webinars, celebrating the hard work of over 10,000 university students. Our partner for this year, the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CfAT), has been inspired...
Vanuatu: World First Disposable Nappy Ban

Vanuatu: World First Disposable Nappy Ban

Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) is working with local organisation, Mama’s Laef and Vanuatu’s Ministry of Health to implement Vanuatu’s world first disposable nappy ban. VANUATU: WORLD FIRST DISPOSABLE NAPPY BAN Vanuatu is setting out to become the first...