What’s Your Impact?

Posted on: May 23, 2018

How does your water use measure up against the struggling communities EIA works to help?
Go to bit.ly/EIAh2o to find out.

Take a quick four-minute survey to see how your water usage measures against the families in EIA communities struggling with water poverty. Next, make a pledge to reduce your impact on the global water crisis and share your results and new commitment with your family and friends on social media with a challenge for them to do the same. With awareness, we can make an impact!

You’ll be amazed to see how much water you use, and even more amazed to realize how many people around the globe struggle for a fraction of the clean, safe water we often take for granted.



Cerro Verde

Posted on: February 7, 2017

Community: Cerro Verde
Coordinates: 0°51’01.0″S 80°23’46.0″W
Type of Project: Water
Project Stage: Seeking partners
Population Benefited: 450
Partners: Needed

Without access to clean water, the community of Cerro Verde struggles with many health and sanitation issues. This community is very eager to work with Engineers in Action to install a water distribution system that will allow the entire community to water their crops, have healthy drinking water and much more. According to the EIA project manager, the dedication of the community to seeing this project to fruition is because to them, water is life.

Click here to view the complete Cerro Verde application.


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UMCOR 2018-2019

Posted on: December 23, 2016

FIEA-Bolivia in partnership with the Methodist Church of Bolivia and in the scope of intervention of the UMCOR Program 2018-2019, inaugurated the new sanitation facilities and water sources of the Andean Methodist School in El Alto city.
Two subsystems with a direct inlet and a water tank will guarantee the water supply of the new constructed facilities (1 toilet and 1 urinal for boys, 3 toilets for girls, 2 toilets for teachers and staff and 6 hand washing stations).
WASH training workshops for a total of 450 students were also developed to reinforce the importance of hand washing and hygiene to improve student’s health. These trainings will continue during 2019.