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The intent of this guide is to serve as a toolkit for members of the Tufts Chapter of Engineers without Borders (EWB), a nonprofit which aims to contribute to world peace and stability by improving access to water, renewable energy, sanitation, and other resources.  EWB has more than 300 projects located in over 45 developing countries.  The projects typically are run in conjunction with local communities and NGOs.


In the Library: A Field Resource

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Field Guide to Environmental Engineering for development Workers: Water, Sanitation, and Indoor Air - James R. Mihelcic et al.
Call Number: Tisch Book Stacks TD127 .F54 2009
ISBN: 0784409854
This handbook for international engineering service projects describes the tools necessary to implement the right technology in developing regions around the world.

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