Welcome To EWB-KENYA
We Are Engineering A Better Kenya
Areas Of Intervention
Engineers Without Borders Kenya builds a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs. Our highly skilled volunteers work with communities to find appropriate solutions for their infrastructure needs.
This includes the development of Infrastructure eg. Construction of buildings, Roads, Bridges, etc
Water supply & Treatment Projects include Provision of clean water to the less privileged commun...
We develop and implement innovative strategies to accelerate use of agricultural inputs in selected
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EWB-KENYA IN ACTION TODAY
We Are Designing Sustainable Solutions by harnessing the skills of engineers to tackle the challenges that keep Kenya's poorest people from living healthy, productive lives.
Here are some of the projects we have undertaken so far.
Humanitarian Engineering Conference 2019
EWB-Kenya Seminar at Mukuru Slum Skills Training Centre
EWB KENYA in Kisii County-Ichuni Boys Primary School
Mathare Community and Education Development Organisation
Nyatike Water Supply & Sanitation
Our vision and mission is anchored towards sustainable development goals
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Our highly skilled volunteers strive to work with communities all over the country to find appropria...
Meet Our Team
Experts who works for us
What our clients say
Residents in Turkana county walk for more than 120 kilometers in search of water and this takes a huge toll on both the herder and the animal. EWB-KENYA is helping residents from Kakuma, Songot, Kalobeyei, Nanam, Lokichogio, Letea and Lopur to tackle water shortage before they lose all their livesto...
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March 6, 2018
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