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EWB-DK is a member of Engineers Without Borders International and of the Danish NGO platform CISU - Civil Society in Development that consists of 220 Danish organizations. CISU provides consultant support and gives courses for, among others, members and staff in the EWB-DK Secretariat.


Business Partners and Educational Institutions

  • DTU
  • Erik Nissen-Petersen & Prof. Bancy Mati, Kenyatta Agricultural & Technical University, Nairobi
  • GEO
  • PlanMIljø
  • Aalborg University
  • Aarhus Vand A/S Personaleforening
  • Aarhus University
  • University of Southern Denmark



Project Partners

  • ADRA, Burundi
  • Alice, India
  • Danish People’s Aid, DK
  • Avilash, India
  • Danish Emergency Management Agency, DK
  • Children in Africa, DK
  • Børn Uden Grænser, DK
  • Caritas Coroico, Bolivia
  • Cimmyt Kenya
  • Danish Refugee Council, DK
  • Danish Mission Council, DK
  • Red Cross in Denmark,DK
  • Dev. of Edu. & Env. Trust
  • Engineers Without Borders International
  • DanChurchAid, DK
  • Future and Hope, DK
  • Ghanas Venner, DK
  • IMCC, DK
  • Engineers Without Borders, Kenya
  • Engineers Without Borders Palestine, Palestine
  • Engineers Without Borders Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone
  • International Børnehjælp, DK
  • Jogar San Jose, Bolivia
  • Karatu Development Org., Tanzania
  • Karwan, Pakistan
  • Kbhvn. Intern. Forening
  • Kumasi University, Ghana
  • Malandighi Childrens Home, India
  • Norwegian Red Cross
  • PAKSBAB, Pakistan
  • Prodeck, Togo
  • Rotary Distrikt 1470 Hovedstaden
  • Rotary Nakskov
  • Seniorers Without Borders, DK
  • Sifoe Young People WB, Gambia
  • Sunway Childrens Home, DK
  • UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency)
  • UNOPS (United Nations Office for Project Services)
  • Vestkenyas Venner, DK
  • Young Life Kenya

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