Current Projects

  • Costa Rica ’16-present

    El Castillo is a small community of approximately 450 residents that is surrounded by Lake Arenal, Arenal Volcano National Park, and rain forests, including the Monteverde Rainforest. The natural beauty of the area has lead the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to designate the area as a World Biosphere Reserve. Over the […]

  • Peru

    In the summer of 2016, Engineers Without Borders Texas A&M Chapter pursued opening a project in the barrio Heroes del Cenepa located in Nueva Esperanza zone in the Villa Maria del Triunfo. The community was established in 1995 and currently is the home to approximately 2,600 people. The community is located in a rugged valley […]

  • Nicaragua

    In 2014, we began a project in Los Chaguites, Nicaragua. Los Chaguites is a community near Jinotega that has about 950 members. They grow rice, corn, and grains from May to October. When they are able, they walk two hours to the city to sell wood. Everyday, elderly woman and young children will trek several […]

Past Projects

  • Costa Rica ’09-’16

    In 2009, the Costa Rica project began. A community named San Juan de San Isidro expressed need of water supply and distribution. EWB-TAMU jumped at the chance to help the community and was there for more than 6 years. The community is located in the Monteverde Cloud Rainforest, about 2 miles away from the Texas […]