Engineers Without Borders works in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Malawi, and Zambia. We work to promote better governance and a more accountable and effective public service, to build the capacity of small-scale farmers, to ensure clean water is available to everyone, and to develop the private sector such that it creates more opportunity for constituents.
And we’re not just engineers – currently, about 1/3 of our staff overseas come from a diverse background, including public policy, environmental management, the bio-sciences – even a few with a background in international development.
We are committed to ideas that work. This means we’re working to identify the systemic challenges, to understand and address root-causes, and champion high-potential ideas.
For more information, check out these links to the EWB website: