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Engineers Without Borders at KTH


The student group is made up mostly of students at KTH, however we also have PhDs and Researchers among our ranks!

Our core work is our volunteer projects, but we also organise lectures through The Reflective Engineer, and have ongoing Inspire workshops that help engage young people in further studies and engineering.

If you have any questions about EWB at KTH, please don’t hesitate to contact the relevant member of our management team!

Management Team 2017-18

If you’re interested in getting involved in EWB you can apply below.

Available Postions (Updated 21st November 2017):

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Current Volunteer Projects

Wind Power for Tanzania:

 

A team of 15 volunteers worked for the first project implementation since January, 2016. In July, 2017, 4 volunteers went to Tanzania to install our first 1 kW wind turbine and 2 x 260 W solar hybrid to a remote village without electricity. With the help of 3 experienced engineers and 8 volunteers from Tanzania, the project was implemented within 3 weeks. The turbine and the solar panels now power girls' and boys' school dormitories. 

The project will now continue in 2017-18 with a focus on a new location in Tanzania.

Though most of our members are KTH Royal Institute of Technology students, we are interested in working with everyone who would love to contribute! Send us an an email or message us on Facebook, and we will get back to you with more information. 

Our main sponsor who supported us for our first turbine implementation is InfraLinx - specialist infrastructure development company, and KTH Royal Institute of Technology. 

Our partner in Tanzania is non-governmental organisation "I love Wind Power Tanzania".


Inspire Projects

Programming Workshops:

After a successfull trial run in May 2016, we now continue with our programming workshop for children ages 8-19. The initiative is a collaboration between Engineers Without Borders, the Red Cross and Yennenga Progress. 

Children are taught basic programming to boost their interest in science, coding, math and technology. The goal is also to increase creativity and self-confidence among the participating children. In the long run we hope more children will seek higher education, potentially as engineering students. 

The programming workshops take place once a week, both in Rinkeby and in Hallunda.

For more information check out our website and follow us on Facebook!


Completed Volunteer Projects

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