EWB-TAMU currently consists of 4 projects: Rwanda, Dominican Republic, FIELD, and Development. Try one or all of them out to see where you belong!
Mondays (Weekly) | HEB 221 | 7PM
The DR project team focuses on developing a road and drainage system in Villa Verde to prevent structural damage and divert the influx of water that pools and attracts mosquitos with malaria by:
Identifying primary flood sources
Defining conveyance systems
Implementing an improved drainage system along their roads to mitigate flooding and eliminate standing water
Wednesdays (Weekly) | HEB 221 | 7PM
The Rwanda project team focuses on facilitating community access to affordable sanitation and increasing agricultural income for food security in Matyazo, Rwanda by:
Designing and implementing 100 composting latrines
Incorporating a hand-washing station
Using local materials and labor
Educating the community on sanitation
Thursdays (Weekly) | HEB 221 | 7PM
FIELD aims to equip EWB members with the basic skills needed to complete an international project. Members are given an opportunity to take part in local projects that help create an impact in the community while also equipping members with the skills for success.