We finished a fruitful trip to London in late March. It kick-started our communication with British Engineers, Academics and Humanitarian Organizations. We foresaw the need to create more synergy together.
We visited EWB-UK and EWB-Oxford Student chapter to understand their humanitarian engineering story. We shared our idea to engineer the future and co-create a big family in EWB.
Furthermore, we kept our communication to Royal Academy of Engineering after attending EWB International Forum last August, we shared our story to Myanmar.
And we visited University College London to learn from their experience on Global
Citizenship Programme to draw the awareness of future generations in tackling global challenges.
Lastly, we started our exposure on humanitarian engineering training from RedR-UK