Director of Advocacy: James Haga (email@example.com)
Engineers Without Borders Canada is a movement of professional engineers, students, overseas volunteer staff, and supporters across Canada.
In Africa, our committed and innovative volunteers work in partnership with local organizations and communities – combining our knowledge and experience to find unique solutions and devise innovative ways to apply them. Our work is focused on enabling rural Africans the opportunity to access clean water, generate an income from humble farms, and access critical infrastructure and services.
At home, EWB is leveraging our network of 34 professional and student chapters to create lasting change across Canada. We engage Canadians, our government, companies, and universities on a widespread scale, to build their connections to Africa and make choices that better promote and contribute to human development.
Organisations / agencies covered
Approximately 48% of EWB’s annual expenditures are within unique 6 African Programs Sector Teams
Timeliness of Data
Frequency of publication
Data will be published on a quarterly basis, and will be published at the end of the quarter in which the data becomes available.
Units of Aid
Segmentation of Published Data
IATI data is segmented by country of operation. Within each country activity, there will be some sub-project regional information included.
Data Definitions and References
Currently, there are no plans to exclude data within the African Programs.
All expenditures greater than or equal to $500 will be published with transaction descriptions. All other expenditures (ie X<= $499) falling within a single EWB accounting category will be aggregated & published by transaction type with a single overarching description.
All data will be checked pre-publishing by a member of the EWB Canada operations team. This will be primarily a mistake-checking function, and not one of statistical verification.
Not currently, but perhaps in 2012.