Partners and Sponsors
Support provided by partners and sponsors allows for the development and implementation of Engineer Without Borders projects. These partnerships make it possible for the projects to receive resource tools, education and workshops. Taking social responsibility and working for sustainable development today is an obvious part of the work of many companies and organisations. Engineers without borders therefore cooperate with companies, universities and organisations (NGOs) both in and outside Sweden. There is an opportunity to contribute everything from funding the business in large or specific projects to knowledge support of different kinds. Please feel free to find a solution that suits you!
For more information on the opportunity to become a Partner or Sponsor, please contact Jan Byfors, Head of Finance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering Group with approximately 43,000 employees and operations in more than 150 countries. Our operations are based on unique expertise in materials technology, comprehensive knowledge of industrial processes and close collaboration with customers. This provides us with a world-leading position in the following main areas: tools and tooling systems for metal cutting; machinery and tools, services and technology solutions for mining and construction industries, products in advanced stainless steel and special alloys as well as products for industrial heating.
Sustainability is an important issue for us, our employees and our customers.
The aim of the partnership with Engineers Without Borders, Sweden is to work together to develop sustainable technical solutions adapted to local expertise, values and culture and to contribute to sustainable development, in part through international voluntary projects. Another important aim with the collaboration is to promote an interest in technology in society and to attract more people into technical programs
Ramböll Foundation is the main owner of the international engineering and consulting company Ramböll with over 12,500 employees. The Ramböll Foundation contributes to Engineers Without Borders Projects in Tanzania in 2017-18. This support primarily finances three of our major projects, Mavunos Girls College Chonyonyo Boarding School for Girls in Karagwe, Kolondoto Hospital in the Shinyangadian District and ECONEF Children's Home in Kingori
Bengt Dahlgren is one of the largest technical consultants in Sweden in applied building and civil engineering. Mainly focused on HVAC, Fire safety, Building automation, Energy and Environmental construction.
Bengt Dahlgren is Engineers Without Borders' first gold partner and assists in strengthening our business, as well as providing expertise for projects and activities through their competent employees.
WSP is one of the world's leading analysis and technology consulting companies. WSP offers services for sustainable community development in House & Industry, Transport & Infrastructure and Environment & Energy. Together they are 40,000 employees with over 500 offices in 40 countries. In Sweden, they are approximately 4,000 employees. WSP is a Silver Partner to Engineers Without Borders, helping to build our business as well as providing with expertise for projects and activities through their competent employees. Employees at WSP are involved in the volunteer project Kolandoto Hospital in Tanzania.
Norconsult is one of the Nordic region's largest advisors for country planning and the design and execution. With a holistic perspective and clear environmental profile, they help their customers succeed in the journey from vision to reality.
Kiwa Inspecta is the Nordic region's leading inspection company with operations in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Poland and the Baltic States.