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Engineer's Without Borders YV Presentation
Transcript of Engineer's Without Borders YV Presentation
isn't systemic, it isn't change at all"
Team of leaders and critical thinkers who learn about current issues and collaboratively take action.
..."engage" with the community...
... and leave
In Malawi, people have to walk miles in order to collect water
15% of wells are redundantly sited
30% of wells break down within 7 years
tracks status of current wells (broken vs. functional)
identifies ideal drilling locations for new wells
testing 98% accuracy
cost less than $100,000 develop/deploy
brought in $6.2 million of new investments
Developed a data-based system
Using engineering tools, EWB found a way to address a recurring problem!
Some other engineering tools:
Mind map of the Kenyan water system:
Can you think of any recurring
Let's examine homelessness using a mindmap of stakeholders and root causes
Facts about homelessness in
Kingston and Ottawa:
Now that you have some facts, how would you change your mind map?
Amanda's mind map after working with the people who use the water systems:
What can we conclude?
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As many as 1.3 million Canadians have experienced homelessness or extremely insecure housing at some point in the last 5 years
30,000 people are homeless in Canada on a given night
Youth make up 20% of the homelessness population in Canada
First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people are overrepresented
Violence and poverty are the main causes of homelessness for women and families
It is estimated nearly half of Ottawa's homeless youth population identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ)
72% was the average monthly shelter occupancy rate in Kingston during 2012
15% of Kingston's population lives below the low income cut off level.
25% of Kingstonians have an income below required to own a one bedroom apartment ($34,000/year)
Approximately 16.5% of the Kingston population is over 65
Students take up most of the rental houses available
chronic: 4000 - 8000; episodic: 6000 - 22000; transitional: 176000 - 188000
50 days is the length of the median stay at a shelter
Brainstorm and Design solutions