Beginning August 10th, 2019, three members of the EWB Washington-DC Professionals chapter (EWB-DC) traveled to Shiringamazú, Peru. This trip lasted for 13 days and was the second assessment trip for this project. Commodiously speaking, the trip had three objectives. First, gather data. Second, understand the community’s water demand. Third, coordinating with community leaders to produce positive project status.
December 1, 2019
Summer of 2019 was a productive one for the EWB Panama team and their partner community Hato Rincon! The team spent a total of four weeks in Hato Rincon, from June 15-July 15, sending down four groups that totaled 22 student and professional volunteers over that time. Our volunteers kicked off week one with a community meeting to introduce themselves and…
November 25, 2019
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This June, the Panama program will send a team of travelers to Hato Rincón to continue work on our CREER project and make major strides on implementation. CREER, meaning “to believe” in Spanish, is an acronym for “Centro de Recursos Educativos En Rincón,” or “Center for Educational Resources in Rincón.” Through this program we are working with the community to…
Sometimes, Peace Corps volunteers end their time abroad, move back to DC, and join our Chapter. In those instances, we’re fortunate that our projects benefit from the amazing expertise these volunteers have learned while living and working abroad.
But sometimes cycle goes in the other direction.
Sometimes, our volunteers start on EWB-DC projects and then take on exciting opportunities abroad,…
In 2012, at the 92nd Street Y in New York City, a global movement started. #GivingTuesday started as a movement to harness the collective giving power of individuals, communities, and businesses to drive change together as we enter the end of the year and the season of giving. It’s a day that creates exponential change and allows for the individual…