Global Engineering Brigades are part of the non-profit organisation Global Brigades. You may have heard of the Medical Global Brigades who part are of the same organisation. We’re part of an international movement of university students that partner with community leaders to design and engineer clean water systems in the developing world.
We are the new Birmingham Chapter!
Our aim is to empower communities in Honduras to resolve global health and economic disparities through the use of a holistic and collaborative mode. We ensure that we're not only building water systems but teaching local people how to maintain them so they have safe and sustainable water. In the summer, we’ll fly out to Honduras and get to work. It will be no easy feat.
We need you!
You could transform lives by working with us. Join our brand new society and become part of a movement to help overcome health and economic issues facing communities right now. Use your skills as an engineer, a practical thinker, in planning or communication and join us now.
Join our Facebook Group today or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Global Engineering Brigades in general check out www.engineeringbrigades.org.
- Global Engineering Brigades focus on poverty-driving factors to help fully empower rural communities to rise out of poverty permanently. Caitlin Watkins celebrates their first year as a society.
- Our student groups are so unique that we have our own Fair so you can meet them! In the week of 12-16 October we introduced you to our incredible student groups with the first Virtual Fair. Watch the recordings here.
- This winter term, and our first few weeks as a newly recognised EPS society, our main drive and focus was recruiting more Global Engineering Brigadiers.
- Hi there! We are the University of Birmingham's Global Engineering Brigades Society, part of the non-profit organisation Global Brigades.