EWB Australia

@EWB_Australia

Engineers Without Borders Australia - a member-based not-for-profit organisation with 10yrs experience creating systemic change through humanitarian engineering

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South Asia volunteers during InCountry Orientation, where they build relationships & learn the country context.

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And the whole team seeing me off on my last day: -AB

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My very dear 'sister' Kalpana, who treated me like a daughter, on my last day in the office: -AB

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Holi Festival! -AB

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With other EWB volunteers, Alec and , our first view of the Annapurna range from Pokhara: -AB

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With my colleague Bhagwati after an exhausting 7 day field visit, just after walking 3 hours down a mountain: -AB

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…and the women: -AB

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Attendees at our first climate change adaptation workshop - the men: -AB

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View from my first field trip (we climbed up on foot, about 5 hours!), colleage JB on the right: -AB

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Moving in by rickshaw, first week in my town of Nepalganj: -AB

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And of course, workshops with NEWAH's project communities- Arun and I doing environmental mapping with locals: -AB

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This is us at a stakeholder meeting (myself, colleague Arun next to me, and local stakeholders): -AB

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A disability friendly toilet, built by surrounding households to support the family of a crippled young girl: -AB

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The water supply caretaker at Palante (Nepal), showing us how to repair a leaking tap: -AB

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A local woman, trained by NEWAH, demonstrating correct hand washing technique to neighbours: -AB

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A toilet built by a village household, following NEWAH education and awareness campaigning (ODF method): - AB

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A Tirtire village woman in her kitchen garden, with a NEWAH-supported storage tank and tapstand on the right: -AB

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Drying rack and hard drainage area, built by the householder following NEWAH's hygiene education campaigns: -AB

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NEWAH tapstand, with a tile with a positive behaviour message - this one says "keep your tapstand area clean". -AB

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