through engineering projects to empower vulnerable communities with access to safe drinking water and shelter.
Education is essential for people regardless of age or gender, religion or physical capacity. We promote education for university students and entrepreneur through engineering skills to influence the lives of others.
Since Somalia government collapsed 1991. people depended on groundwater as a result of civil war, most of the water infrastructures that were managed by the previous government became out-of order including water services; this make country very poor and reduces ability to recover. EWB-Somalia committed to provide installation and maintenance of water systems
As livestock and agriculture form the basis of the Somali population’s livelihoods, the country is highly vulnerable to the current and future impacts of climate change such as recurrent chronic droughts and seasonal floods which have resulted a severe emergency and the loss of lives. our programs seeks to build sustainable livelihood to the nomadic people by providing essential services including clean water basic toilets and shelter as well as addressing awareness of climate change
EWB-Somalia plays a key role in helping displaced people to get place to call home and other essential household items. We aim to build houses vulnerable communities to protect risks of displacement and enable them to live a stable and sustainable life. To achieve our goals this starts with saving lives by providing temporary shelter during the emergency crisis, and continues effort until transform a settlement into a community.