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Who We Are

EWB-I Went to Rwanda
To help the citizens
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Engineers Without Borders – International (EWB-I) is an international federation of national Engineers Without Borders/Ingeneiurs Sans Frontiers (EWB/ISF) Member Associations whose mission is to facilitate collaboration, exchange of information, and assistance among its member groups. EWB-I helps its Member Associations improve their capacity to assist under-served communities in developing countries.

The Member Associations of EWB-I share a similar mission, which is to partner with disadvantaged communities to improve their quality of life through education and implementation of

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sustainable engineering projects, while promoting global experience for engineers, engineering students, and similarly motivated non-engineers. EWB-I creates links between like-minded organizations and cuts across national borders.

Projects coordinated by individual EWB/ISF member groups are grassroots and small and benefit under-served communities in developing countries. It is a matter of policy that prior to taking on projects, EWB-I member groups make sure that they are not competing with private engineering firms.

EWB-I member groups and partner organizations contribute to meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) through capacity building in their projects. EWB-I endorses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.