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Rob Goodier

How to define a strategy focused on user needs and impact

September 7, 2016

Step One in a four-step training program in engineering for global development Successful work in global development begins with...

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Rob Goodier

Introduction to Engineering for Global Development: E4C’s new online course prepares newcomers to the practice

August 9, 2016

Engineering for Change offers an online course to students and professionals entering the field of engineering for global development....

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Rob Goodier

How to Make a 3D-Printed Corn Sheller

December 17, 2014

Shelling corn by hand is hard, long and boring work, but in some parts of the rural developing world...

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Rob Goodier

Make a Biomass Processor

December 15, 2013

Jed Guinto has puzzled over how to improve a chopping machine that he built to cut water hyacinth and...

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Mike Mader

Building a Successful Start-up for Global Development

About this webinar: In sub-Saharan Africa alone, over 200 million children live in areas where delivery of printed books...

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Mike Mader

Careers in International Development

May 1, 2013

About this Webinar: One Acre Fund, a rapidly expanding social enterprise, currently provides 137,000 farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, and...

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Rob Goodier

How to Build a Compressed Earth Block Home

March 10, 2013

Building with compressed-earth blocks makes sense, and not just because most of the construction materials are right under our...

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Mike Mader

Tea Bag Water Filter

July 14, 2011

About this Webinar:  A combination of antimicrobial nanofibers and activated carbon were produced and evaluated in a portable point-of-use...

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