Montana Tech Engineers Without Borders
We are the Montana Tech Student Chapter of Engineers Without Borders and our mission is to build a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs. We work with communities to find appropriate solutions for their infrastructure needs. We are beginning a project to build sufficient latrines in the community of Quebrada Grande, located near Totogalpa, Nicaragua. Our club hopes to implement an environmentally friendly solution to the community’s lack of latrines, such as composting toilets. The funds will be used to pay for materials, equipment, and travel expenses. We depend on sponsors in order to fund our project.
As students at Montana Tech we know that what we learn in the class will help us solve real world problems and with our work through Engineers Without Borders we get to start solving those problems now. The project will go through 3 phases: assessment, implementation, and monitoring. Assessment will take place in 1 year. Our chapter hopes to implement this project design 1 year after the assessment trip, and monitoring will continue after installment.
We are excited for the work ahead of us and the impact it can have, we invite you join us. Please consider making a gift to the Montana Tech Student Chapter of Engineers Without Boarders. All donations are tax-deductible and your support is appreciated! Also please help us spread the word! Share this project on social media, by email and tell your friends!