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Funding Area: Health

Engineers In Action works with underserved rural communities to execute sustainable engineering projects that build local capacity and improve access to essential resources. Water is the unifying focus of our work. We build water capture, storage and distribution systems, construct sanitation and hygiene systems for schools and healthcare facilities, and develop micro-irrigation systems in support of improved nutrition and economic growth. We also educate communities about healthy hygiene practices, reducing water-borne disease. Each year, EIA improves the lives of over 5,000 people by building critical infrastructure in their communities.

Projects We Support

First Steps: The Journey of 1,000 Miles

Billions of people, mostly in rural areas, still lack access to clean drinking water and sanitation. EIA builds the critical infrastructure that prevents death, unlocks economic productivity, and changes lives.

Engineers In Action is building a robust school WASH intervention in Eswatini, beginning with a pilot year in 2024. The pilot year will continue the development of our “road map” for improving WASH infrastructure for students in Eswatini and a supporting component that builds local capacity to manage and maintain that new infrastructure, provides sanitation and hygiene education for students and teachers, and first-class service experiences for collegiate student volunteers and engineering professionals.

When water is unsafe for consumption, we install systems to clean it.

If water access is an issue, we build the structures that capture, store and distribute it.

When water is the solution for poor nutrition, or to develop vital new sources of income, we develop micro-irrigation systems.

Where poor sanitation and hygiene threatens health and prosperity, our engineers and volunteers build facilities like lavatories and hand washing stations in schools and churches and educate communities about healthy hygiene practices, reducing water-borne disease.

Where water can become dangerous, we build bridges to cross safely over it so access to health care, school and employment is possible year-round.

Support Dates: March, 2024 – Ongoing

Note: This information was taken from the Engineers In Action website and a brief description of the project was taken from their grant proposal.

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