Engineers Without Borders NZ envisions a world where all individuals can meet their self identified human needs and live independent lives.
Running Without Borders 2018 (Auckland Chapter)
- $2,339.99 raised by fundraisers
- Starts: 02 Sep 2018
- Ends: 02 Sep 2018
- 0 fundraisers participating
Running Without Borders is raising funds for humanitarian engineering by running the North Shore Marathon 2018
SIGNUP FORM TO BE THE RUNNERS : https://goo.gl/LMxi2h
Engineers Without Borders NZ helps connect, educate and empower people so that everyone can live a life of opportunity, free from poverty. YOU can help EWBNZ provide access to the engineering knowledge and resources required by developing communities in the South Pacific and New Zealand.
This team is hoping to fundraise $10,000 this year and raise awareness for EWBNZ whilst running the North Shore Marathon 10K, half or full marathon!
This year we are bringing back the EWB Walk for Water, which aims to raise awareness around the issue of access to fresh water in the developing world. Participants carry a 20 L container of water on their shoulders for the 10 km event. This is a distance and weight comparable to what is travelled and carried in some communities everyday during dry seasons.
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Engineers Without Borders New Zealand (EWBNZ) is a member based not for profit organisation with a vision for a world where everyone has access to the engineering knowledge and resources required to lead a life of opportunity, free from poverty.
EWBNZ is a movement of professionals and students with strong values and a passion for humanitarian engineering within New Zealand and the South Pacific.
We have a shared belief that engineering leadership has an important role to play in sustainable human development, and that engineers have a responsibility to provide effective and innovative solutions in addressing the challenges of equality, poverty alleviation, and sustainability.
EWBNZ works in partnership to address a lack of access to basic human needs such as clean water, sanitation and hygiene, energy, basic infrastructure, waste systems, information communication technology and engineering education.
We educate and train students, engineers and the wider community on issues including sustainable development, appropriate technology, poverty and the power of humanitarian engineering.
All funds raised benefit:
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