Tetra Tech supports EWB Canada’s efforts to empower local communities in Malawi to assume responsibility for their own water sources
Tetra Tech supports the EWB Orange County Professionals chapter in providing clean water to the neighboring communities of Barrio Lempira and Colonia Lempira, Honduras
Through a grant from Tetra Tech, the EWB-Colorado State University chapter helped implement a water distribution and supply project in La Criba, El Salvador
Tetra Tech partnered with Engineers Without Borders and the local community to build a high school in Lumwana West, Zambia
Tetra Tech is supporting the EWB South Denver Professionals Chapter and local residents to establish an operational organic coffee farm in an indigenous community in Brazil
Tetra Tech’s grant program supported the EWB-University of Kentucky chapter in implementing water supply and sanitation improvements in El Carrizo, Honduras
Tetra Tech's Andre C. Gagnon (left) speaks during the EWB Canada Draft fundraising event, which supports the work of EWB Canada volunteers in Africa
As an organization founded by engineers and scientists, Tetra Tech wholly supports Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) and Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB Canada) in helping communities in developing countries meet their basic human needs through lasting, scalable projects and technologies.
Tetra Tech's long history of corporate support for both organizations includes financial sponsorship and leadership involvement. As part of this support, Tetra Tech's EWB-USA Grant Program provides funding to individual projects in which Tetra Tech employees are involved. Tetra Tech has established a different program in Canada to raise funds through employee donations to help EWB Canada chapters.
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