VIDEO GALLERY

Araypallpa, Peru
Summer 2005
Implementation Trip

Araypallpa, Peru is a modest community of 260 indigenous subsistence farmers in the Andean highlands. The community has a water source with fecal coliform, problematic sanitation system, and no electricity. The community has requested the help of EWB-UCSB to implement sustainable engineering projects that would promote health, education, and prosperity in their community.

Video generously provided by Vered Doctori Blass from UCSB EWB.

 

Mae Nam Khun, Thailand
Summer 2006
History of the Region

Mae Nam Khun, which translates “Muddy River” in English, is a town comprised of hill tribe villages located in a rugged, mountainous region of northern Thailand in theChiang Rai Province.EWB UCSB partnered with EWB Calpoly San Luis Obispo and Seattle University to help construct dormitories and a sanitation system.This video provides a brief history of Mae Nam Khun, Thailand and the surrounding area.

Video generously provided by Jock Bovington from EWB UCSB and Seattle University.

 

Mae Nam Khun, Thailand
Summer 2006
Project Description

Tom Rines, a Structural Engineer and EWB Seattle University professional partner, describes the Mae Nam Khun, Thailand School Dormitory Project.

Video generously provided by Jock Bovington from EWB UCSB and Seattle University.

 

Mae Nam Khun, Thailand
Summer 2006
Village Elder

Mae Nam Khun Village Elder Modi describes how EWB's help has affected their community and expresses his thanks.

Video generously provided by Jock Bovington from EWB UCSB and Seattle University.

 

Mae Nam Khun, Thailand
Summer 2006
EWB History and Principals

While taking a break from the Mae Nam Khun, Thailand Project, Andrea Stancliff describes the history and founding principals of Engineers without Borders USA.

Video generously provided by Jock Bovington from EWB UCSB and Seattle University.