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EWB -UK seeks to educate students about development work, in order to build capacity in the development sector, and to change the attitudes of coming generations.

EWB -UK talks, trips and training courses are designed to raise awareness of development issues and to impart practical development skills. Courses are offered in a number of areas including shelter, water and sanitation, alternative energy and communications.

Events are held all year-round across the UK. Training is led and facilitated by a range of people from experienced development practitioners to students.

So far, EWB -UK has run over 60 training courses reaching more than 3000 students and young professionals. EWB -UK also succesfully obtained funding from DFID (Department for International Development), part of which will go towards expanding the Training Programme over the next few years. This will allow us to plan a greater variety of courses, both in terms of breadth and depth.

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