This is your chance to make history! We are delighted to roll out our first ever census. We want to learn about the reach and size of Engineers Without Borders UK and you can help. So take 5 minutes to fill in the census here and let us know if you’re with us and what’s your role in the organisation and in your daily life. 
 
 
What makes water supply networks/water sanitation networks/flood mitigation resilient against future challenges and climate change? Have an idea? Enter Arup student competition run in partnership with EWB-UK by 25 April. 
 
 
Win a four-week paid internship at Bechtel, including time at one of its projects in this new competition run in partnerships with EWB-UK. To enter the competition you must research and analyse one area of critical infrastructure, for example; water, energy, or transport, and explaining how it strengthens a country.

The EWB Challenge (www.ewbchallenge.org) is a design programme for first and second year engineering students in the UK and Ireland. The design briefs provided to them are sourced from EWB's partners in developing communities, and the aim of the Challenge is to develop the capacity of students to respond to global challenges by giving them the opportunity to work through a 'real world' design project.

In partnership with Centre for Science and the Environment (CSE), NGO based in India, we would like to invite you for a unique interdisciplinary course on environment and development in New Delhi, 1-29 August. 
 
This course is a fantastic opportunity to learn about international development and see some community initiatives first hand.


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