Completed Projects


Students in Thailand drink water

More than 1,250 students at a rural school in Thailand have access to cleaner, safer drinking water thanks to the Case School of Engineering chapter of Engineers Without Borders. EWB-Case Western Reserve students traveled to Piang Luang in Northern Thailand in from 2009-2011 to implement a water project, which included two shallow wells and a filtration system.  In addition to installing a chlorination system, students build a shed and spent several weeks teaching English in the classroom of this K-9 school.



A CWRU student and Cameroonian children
From 2009 to 2011, Case Western Reserve students from Engineers Without Borders (EWB) teamed up with professionals from the Central Ohio chapter of EWB and traveled to Batoula, Cameroon to build two wells and a water storage tank in the community.

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