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Engineers for International Development at George Mason University (EfID-GMU) exists for students to participate in community-driven development programs worldwide through the design and implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while fostering responsible leadership.  We work both internationally and locally to build and educate communities about their basic infrastructure systems such as drinking water and sanitation.

EfID Team poses with the completed water storage system for 
Water Supply and Distribution - Phase II in Sabana Grande, Nicaragua 2014. 

Founded in September 2011 as a Recognized Student Organization at GMU, EfID-GMU has accomplished significant work in Honduras, the Peruvian Andes, the Amazon, and Nicaragua addressing small communities' concerns over water shortages, clean water access, sanitation, and hygiene.  Our mission is to always work alongside the community while educating them to create a sustainable impact that will set the foundation for generations to come.

Water Supply and Distribution - Phase II in Sabana Grande, Nicaragua 2014.

Please browse our page to find out more of what we are up to now; and contact us to let us know how you would like to be involved! 

Recent News

EfID Indiegogo Campaign for Puerto Cabezas

EfID is holding a fundraising campaign for the Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua Project Phase 2 on indiegogo.com through April 14, 2014. Click here to visit the campaign and see the rewards for donating. 

EfID Puerto Cabezas Project Video

EfID now has a video posted on Youtube of the 2015 Puerto Cabezas Project. Click here to watch our video on Youtube.

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