Projects are chosen through a two-sided application process through the national chapter of Engineers Without Borders. An international community proposes a specific project based on an engineering challenge identified within their community. An individual chapter of EWB (e.g, EWB-Yale) also submits an application to EWB-USA. A chapter is matched to a community based on the resources of the chapter and the needs of the community.

Click below to view our current and past projects:

Naitolia, Tanzania - 2017-present

Roh, Cameroon - 2012-2017

Kikoo, Cameroon - 2006-2012

El Rosario, Honduras - 2005-2006