Upcoming Event: Village Earth Workshop in CO

posted Jan 27, 2009, 5:49 PM by MA/RI State Rep NER Carson Hess   [ updated Feb 1, 2009, 6:30 PM ]

Engineers Without Borders- USA is excited to announce the first
Village Earth Participatory Planning and Assessment Training for
EWB-USA chapter members.  Village Earth empowers communities to
sustainably access and manage the resources needed to achieve their
vision for the future by working directly with communities as allies,
distributing appropriate technology information, as well as providing
training, consultation and networking services to individuals,
communities and organizations around the globe.  For more information
on Village Earth, visit http://www.villageearth.org
This training will be hosted by Lehigh University Chapter of EWB-USA
on campus in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania from February 21 - 22, 2009.
Training includes community mapping; community mobilization;
NGO/community dynamics; participatory strategic planning;
participatory assessment, monitoring, and evaluation

$75 registration fee per person (Note: This can be reimbursed by
chapter funds with approval of chapter President and Treasurer)
To register, log in to myewb http://ewb-usa.org/myewb/ and go to "events."
Registration is limited to 20 individuals.  No more than two
registrants per chapter, please.

_Village Earth Participatory Planning and Assessment Training for
Engineers Without Borders - USA_
Hosted by Lehigh University Chapter of EWB-USA
27 Memorial Drive West
Bethlehem, PA 18015

February 21 - 22, 2009
9:00AM - 5:00PM both days