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Education and Training

Providing pathways of support in-community, to foster a strong, locally-focused, human-centred engineering movement.

11% of graduates

in science-related tertiary education in Cambodia are female

23% of Timorese women

occupy management and decision-making positions

0.80 is the Gender Parity Index

in Timor-Leste of men/women in tertiary education

EWB Australia’s Education & Training  in-community focuses on a range of programs that engage local students and emerging professionals in the local engineering sector – from curriculum embedded programs and internships for engineering students in Timor-Leste, to the inspiring Women In Engineering group in Cambodia. 

Our Programs

Our programs deliver capacity-building initiatives to ensure local, skilled people are empowered to design, create and sustainably manage their own engineering needs.

Recent Stories

Oxfam supports flood recovery response in Timor-Leste 2 December, 2021 - 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. In June, the team visited the flood-affected community of Hera and residents at the local evacuation centres to examine the extent… read more
Erakor Bridge Community resident David stands in-front of Erakor Lagoon. Valuing sanitation in challenging environments 19 November, 2021 - 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 easy-to-construct toilets are not a viable option due to the environmental landscape of the areas they live… read more
Stephanie and Songnam brainstorm in Kratie, Cambodia (2019) Aligning personal values with an engineering career  28 April, 2021 - When most children get tired of their toys, they’re usually thrown away or donated to the local charity shop. As a young kid growing up in Adelaide, Stephanie May’s mum encouraged her to give away her toys to other children, to bring them some joy. Stephanie was also urged to put aside a portion of… read more