Building a Better World through Engineering Projects

Welcome to Engineers Without Borders – Alaska Professional Chapter

Our vision is a world in which the communities we serve have the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs, and that our members have enriched global perspectives through the innovative professional educational opportunities that the EWB-USA program provides.

Engineers Without Borders – Alaska Professional Chapter (EWB-APC)
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Malawi Children’s Village (MCV) Partnership
Malawi Children’s Village (MCV) PartnershipLearn More
Koche Water Users Association (KWUA) Partnership
Koche Water Users Association (KWUA) PartnershipLearn More

Our Projects

Operators
MCV Potable Water Supply

Engineers Without Borders Alaska Professional Chapter partnered with the Malawi Children’s Village (MCV) in 2008 to install potable water for the boarding school and orphanage located in the Mangochi region of Malawi. The project was commissioned in 2012. MCV project team member, Mike Moora, traveled to MCV in June 2012 for final system construction. A second project team member, Kevin …

MCV Potable Water Supply

Engineers Without Borders Alaska Professional Chapter partnered with the Malawi Children’s Village (MCV) in 2008 to install potable water for the boarding school and orphanage located in the Mangochi region of Malawi. The project was commissioned in 2012. MCV project team member, Mike Moora, traveled to MCV in June 2012 for final system construction. A second project team member, Kevin …

kwua
KWUA Address Risk to Pump Intake due to Lower Lake Levels

EWB-APC has undertaken review and progression of a project to plan for and provide alternatives to the current pump setting in the event that the level of Lake Malawi continues to fall. KWUA operates submersible pumps that feed the water supply, treatment, and distribution system. In recent years, the level of Lake Malawi during dry season has dropped very close …

KWUA Address Risk to Pump Intake due to Lower Lake Levels

EWB-APC has undertaken review and progression of a project to plan for and provide alternatives to the current pump setting in the event that the level of Lake Malawi continues to fall. KWUA operates submersible pumps that feed the water supply, treatment, and distribution system. In recent years, the level of Lake Malawi during dry season has dropped very close …

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KWUA Capacity Study

KWUA Capacity Study project webpage is under construction.

KWUA Capacity Study

KWUA Capacity Study project webpage is under construction.