Project i-ENGINEERING:

Workshop No. 3 (Mini-Sieges Machines)  : 23-Jul-16

Workshop No. 4 (Mechanical Arm)            : 30-Jul-16

Excursion ("Real World" Engineering)     : 13-Aug-16


In the 3rd foray for our workshops code-named i-Engineering, Engineers Without Borders (Singapore) teamed up with Rotary Club of Singapore and Cheng San Community Club to engage children with interesting engineering-based workshops.


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Singapore Giving Week 2016:

DIY Workshop (Lamp Making)  : 3-Dec-16 to 4-Dec-16



Engineers Without Borders (Singapore) in fulfilment of the Singapore Giving Week 2016 activity with National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) and Tanjong Pagar Youth Executive Committee created this meaningful project to raise awareness and educate the public on the importance of repurposing household waste to save the environment


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Project i-ENGINEERING: Mini-Siege Machines

Workshop No. 2: 20-Feb-16 & 27-Feb-16


In the 2nd of a series of workshops code-named i-Engineering, Engineers Without Borders (Singapore) teamed up with Tanjong Pagar Youth Executive Committee again for this Mini-Siege Machines project to engage children from low income families in Singapore as well as kindle the "future engineers" in them with interesting engineering-based workshops.


For more information regarding the project, kindly click on the link provided below.

Our projects that have became a reality! Thank you all for your helping hand & donation!

Project i-ENGINEERING: Bitty-Q Pit

Workshop No. 1: 2-Aug-15


In the 1st of a series of workshops code-named i-Engineering, Engineers Without Borders (Singapore) teamed up with Tanjong Pagar Youth Executive Committee for this Bitty-Q Pit project to engage children from low income families in Singapore as well as kindle the "future engineers" in them with interesting engineering-based workshops.


For more information regarding the project, kindly click on the link provided below.

Project RESTORE: San Isidro Elementary School

Project Part 1: 28-Nov-14 to 7-Dec-14

Project Part 2: 23-Jan-15 to 26-Jan-15


Bohol, Philippines, an area which suffered greatly during a 7.2 scale earthquake on October 15, 2013 (energy of the quake was equivalent to 32 Hiroshima bombs), has yet to recover from the severe damages left in its wake.


San Isidro Elementary School is one such reminder of the devastation. The school barely holds up with make-shift canvass walls, and missing basic amenities such as lighting, ventilation, and sanitation fixtures.


Engineers Without Borders (Singapore) teamed up with Project Coast2Coast Singapore and Lions Club International (Philippines) for this project, in a bid to bring back a sense of stability and normalcy back into the lives of the school children and dedicated teachers.


For more information regarding Project RESTORE, kindly click on the link provided below.