A message from NALUJA COMMUNITY HEALTH
The Boston University chapter of Engineers Without Borders is a student group that was formed in 2006. We are currently working with the community of Naluja in Zambia to produce better cell phone signal, which will help the local clinic more quickly relay necessary HIV test results. We are also developing a bike generator for the community to have more consistent electricity, and Biosand Filters to reduce the prevalence of E.-coli infections. For more information about our group and projects, please visit our site.
- Donate today -- whether $5 or $500, you're changing someone's life
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- Feeling inspired? Create your own fundraising page!
- Visit ewb-usa.org to learn more about how you can get involved
There are lots of ways to get involved, whether donating money or spreading the word. Every little bit is appreciated, so thanks for participating! And check back often to see our progress, and how you've helped make a difference.
- James Parsons