Columbia University Engineers Without Borders is one of the most active EWB student chapters in the nation. With three active projects in Ghana, Morocco, and Uganda we are sending over a dozen students every year to work on engineering projects in our partner communities. Our work helps give communities clean water, access to medical treatment, improved education, and sanitation solutions that drastically improve quality of life. Our engineering work is made possible through grants, corporate sponsorships, and donations. A typical implementation trip can cost $30,000 for the supplies and travel costs. You can help to support these projects with a donation of any amount. You can donate to the entire chapter, so we are able to allocate the funds where they are needed most, or you can donate to a specific project.