International Photo Competition 2018

12th March 2018

Engineers Without Borders UK are excited to announce our International photo competition 2018!

We set our engineers the task of photographing their surroundings to give ourselves and our community an insight into their lives on placement. Our volunteers have been in Ghana, Mexico, Peru, India, Rwanda, Kenya, Malaysian Borneo and the Philippines, bringing engineering capacity to our international partners and working on a variety of innovative development projects. We think we got back some amazing photos that really represent the work our engineers are doing with our partners

Our team had the hard task of shortlisting the entries but we managed to whittle them down (eventually). We couldn’t choose the winners so we want to give you, our Members, the opportunity to vote on your favourite photos from our volunteers in the members area! The photographs have been split into the following categories:

– Best Partner Photo

– Best Engineering in Context Photo

– Best Landscape Photo

– Best People and Communities Photo



The voting will take place over the coming months through our Members Forum so login and get voting! We hope that you enjoy, like we have, seeing what our international projects are doing in bringing engineering capacity to our global partners. If you want to vote but aren’t yet a member then how about signing up here to have access to our full range of members benefits!

Finally thank you to our engineers who entered the competition, we really struggled shortlisting the photos so we’re sorry not all of them made the cut but thank you for taking the time to take the pictures and share them with the team at Engineers Without Borders UK. We still have several International Volunteering Opportunities open for applications until the 18th March so apply now and it could be your photo showcased in 2019! 

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kyango enock

30 December 2018
I have seen and read some information about EWB and become interested to join but poverty