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Engineers Without Borders (Canada)

Summary
Engineers Without Borders Canada (Ingénieurs sans frontières Canada), abbreviated EWB or ISF, is a non-governmental organization devoted to international development. Founded in 2000 by George Roter and Parker Mitchell, engineering graduates from the University of Waterloo, it is a registered Canadian charity focused on finding solutions to extreme poverty, specifically in rural Africa. The group has chapters at universities across Canada, and regional chapters aimed at professionals in several major cities. EWB Canada has no direct affiliations with similarly named organizations in the rest of the world, although it does collaborate with them from time to time. Operations In Canada In Canada, EWB Canada engages in numerous educational and public outreach activities in Canada including educating high school students about international development issues via the School Outreach program, enhancing curricula at some universities by developing assignments or course
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