Welcome to the Vancouver Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders!
You are joining a movement of nearly 50,000 dedicated members across Canada who share a common drive to promote human development. EWB is NOT just for engineers. Our focus is to create opportunities for rural Africans to access clean water, generate an income from small farms, and have improved access to the services and infrastructure they need to improve their lives
The date for the Scotiabank Vancouver
Half Marathon has been announced - Sunday
June 22nd, 2014. EWB plans to participate
again as a charity, including having individual
runners, and corporate and social teams. More
details to follow closer to the event date.
Conference registration at chapter
rates is now closed, if you missed the boat
please get in touch before October 31st, we
may be able to arrange late registration.
Delegates can register at public rates
until spots are full.
EWB National Conference will be held on
January 9 through 12th in Toronto.
Anyone interested to attend from the
Vancouver City Network should contact
email@example.com as soon as possible.
Colleen - PF at AfriLEAD in Ghana - Oct 5 2013 - 2:21pm
Just before I left Canada, many friends and family members gave me letters to open when milestones occurred: petting a baby goat, being reminded of engineering projects, experiencing an extremely hot day (+40C), etc. One I received was for a rainy day two months in. It is so hard for me to believe...
Colleen - PF at AfriLEAD in Ghana - Oct 10 2013 - 10:14am
While traveling around to some local schools I have seen several different ways to transport sheep and goats in Ghana. Typically I don’t carry my camera during the working day and taking pictures while riding a motorcycle is ill-advised, so I’ve resorted to Google to show examples of ...
Belinda Li - Malawatsanli - Oct 11 2013 - 5:45am
These are two things that generally don’t go together. There’s nowhere online, at least from what I can find, that has any information on minibus routes in Malawi. Besides some travel guides that say where they go between cities and some really out of date prices, there’s no ...
Jon at BDS - APS in Ghana - Oct 10 2013 - 5:44am
5:00am: Eyes open, brain sloppily starts firing neurons around trying to trial-and-error its way towards a cohesive thought. Lurching into gear, it presents a half-baked collage of blurry memories, smeared possible truths, and undigested bits of dreams. Why am I in a white net? Why are a goat and a...
Belinda Li - Malawatsanli - Oct 9 2013 - 5:06am
These past two weekends, I’ve spent at least 30+ hours watching performances by some of the most popular artists in Malawi at the City of Stars Festival and Blantyre Arts Festival. I’m definitely through most of my tick list of going to concerts of singers/bands whose songs are ...