PublicationsEWB produces a range of publications to showcase the impact of our work and report it to our community.
Our aim is that by 2030 more than 1,000,000 people will have equitable access to technology to live well and pursue their aspirations sustainably, as a clear result of our work. Our ten-year strategy from 2020-2030 outlines our plan to achieve this.
EWB’s Engineering Capability Statement represents a sample of the diverse technology development work we do across our First Nations, Cambodia, Timor-Leste and Vanuatu programs, and beyond.
EWB actively nutures a culture where we learn from our mistakes. We list areas where we believe we had not fulfilled our mission and potential, providing our greatest opportunities to learn.
Humanitarian engineering is about applying and developing technology to address a real human need. It is about serving disadvantaged communities or groups, often overlooked by traditional engineering journals.
The program’s history and evolution from the perspective of EWB Australia’s field professionals and staff from 2008 – 2022. This document was compiled as part of a PhD project by Leandra Rhodes-Dicker at RMIT University in
collaboration with EWB Australia.
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