Engineering World Health

Engineering World Health's mission is to improve the quality of health care in hospitals that serve resource-poor communities in the developing world through facilitating the involvement of the biomedical engineering community (university and young professionals) as well as increasing younger student's interest, knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. (STEM)
Empower girls to engineer real change in the world
 
Girls Engineering Change creates a mentorship network where university students partner with girls in middle and high school. These pairs work together to assemble low cost medical devices which are sent to hospitals in the developing world. The girls are encouraged to pursue degrees in the male dominated field of engineering, while seeing tangibly an example of how they can use engineering skills to make a real difference in the world. project reportread updates from the field
Excite 15 girls to pursue engineering
 
This project will fully fund 15 young females to participate in a session where they will be able to interact with university students studying engineering, learn about the opportunities available in STEM fields, and assemble low cost medical devices which will be sent to hospitals in the developing world. This will give a group of girls a tangible way to see how they can make a difference in the world through engineering. project reportread updates from the field
Motivate one young female student through STEM
 
This project will fully fund one girl to participate in a session where she will be able to interact with university students studying engineering, learn about the opportunities available in STEM fields, and assemble low cost medical devices which will be sent to hospitals in the developing world. This will give one young student a tangible way to see how they can make a difference in the world through engineering. project reportread updates from the field
 
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