What we do
Engineering Good is a non-profit organisation that empowers disadvantaged communities by improving their quality of life through sustainable engineering solutions.
Working in partnership with community-based organisations locally and in the region, we provide opportunities for engineers to contribute their expertise to address community needs through skilled volunteerism.
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Engineering Good is a Singapore-registered Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee (UEN: 201408320W)
WorleyParsons is a global provider of professional services to the energy, resource, and complex process industries.
WorleyParsons shares the conviction that each individual has the ability to make a positive impact in the world, which is reflected in WorleyParsons’ internal key organisational value of leadership which strives to empower individuals and encourages them to take responsibility. WorleyParsons envisages a global support scheme of humanitarian engineering organisations in each of our Regions to further develop our internal commitment to Corporate Responsibility.
WorleyParsons Singapore is Engineering Good’s founding corporate partner. Through their Corporate Responsibility Team, WorleyParsons Singapore incubated Engineering Good (formerly known as Engineers Without Borders Asia) in Singapore. A dedicated staff was heavily involved in the inception journey of the organisation, seeing it through successful registration. WorleyParsons also provided seed-funds and office facilities to support the initial operations of the organisation.
For more information on WorleyParsons, please visit their corporate responsibility page.
The National Youth Council (NYC) was set up by the Singapore Government on 1 November 1989 as the national co-ordinating body for youth affairs in Singapore and the focal point of international youth affairs.
At NYC, we believe in a world where young people are respected and heard, and have the ability to influence and make a difference to the world. Together with our partners, we develop a dynamic and engaging environment where young people are inspired to dream and committed to action.
We would like to thank the following donors for their contributions to our crowdfunding campaign:
|Aditya Bansal||Emily Zhang||Jean Oh||Low Eicher||Peter Stones||Tan Alvin|
|Alan Forshaw||Eric Wong||Jean-Philippe Fontaine||Low Zhi Ni||Phua Huijia||Tan Angeline|
|Alex Chio||Esther Lim||Joanne Sansfacon||Luckanong Souliyavong||Quek Henry||Tan Hui Shan Grace|
|Ali Mousavi-Torbati||Fauvel Simon||Joy Leong||Magdalen Ng||Rayannah Kroeker||Tan Hwee Roy|
|Amy Sim||Fern Neo||Jun Wei Tan||Mani Malekesmeili||Rong Wang||Teo Keng Pheng|
|Antony Watkins||Floris Jan Donders||Justin Freedin||Marcia Harr Bailey||Ruei Lung Neo||Teo Orion|
|Audrey Lam||Fnu Md Nasir||Kah Chine Sim||Maria Belen Amiano||Sahas Bikram Shah||Teo Wee Teck|
|Caesar Sengupta||Frederic Fauvel||Kang Hua Lee||Maria Kajstad||Seungwoo Jun||Tham Nicholas|
|Catherine Cyr Wright||Gan Daniel||Kang Yilin||Marie-Helene Querin||Shaan Seth||Thiam Huat Ng|
|Cecile Weil||Geraldine Kwek||Kelvin Kwong Lam Loh||Martin Loh||Shangar Eagamathan||Thye Yoke Pean|
|Chandrasekhar Vaddadi||Gopalakrishnan Sai Aparajitha||Kevin Labyt||Maude Beaucaire||Sharma Shweta||Titan Zhuang|
|Cheah Lynette||Grace Foo||Kim Cathering Cung||Mayer Hoe||Shu Yang||Tong Chin Hong|
|Chester Chee||Guillaume Brouillette||Ko Hak Chin||Melvin Tan||Sian Hun, Willy Koh||Tun Ei Ei|
|Chin Theng Lee||Han Yu||Koh Joseph||Meng Fan-Ru||Sidji Sumijati||Vincent Chua|
|Cho Rick||Heiko Rothkranz||Kok Meng Lim||Mihai Barbulescu||Siew Chin Chua||Vincent Rajotte|
|Chua Serena||Herk Low Ng||Leong Chia Jang||Neek Low||Siew Ling Ho||Vivien Denis|
|Chun Ming Au||Hock Jin Alvin Tay||Leong Yoke Fun Hannah||Ng Jeremy||Siew Yong Ong||Willi Smolan|
|Colleen Gosse||Hui Bing Thio||Ler You Wei||Ngiam Song Wee||Silvia Hua||Xin Ying Lim|
|Daniel Eden||Hui Ching Michelle Teo||Lim Cindy||Nicolas Fauvel||Sindhu Tjahyono||Yeam Chin Heng|
|Daniel Luzinda||Hwee Kuang Lim||Lim Jean||Nirupam Khanna||Singh Bhavdeep||Yeow Xian Ching|
|Dexter Chee||Ivonna Ivonna||Lin Han||Nitish Khanna||Siti Maryam Yaakub||Yiyuan Qin|
|Di Wang||Jacques Fauvel||Lin Yong Xiang||Pang Sze Fei||Sivasothi N||Yoong Heng Tan|
|Dongting Tay||Jasmin Blais St-Laurent||Loh Weng Yee||Patrick Chan||Stacey Rodrigues||Zhang Huiguo|
|Ee Lyn Tan||Jasmine Hu||Loo Ling Tan||Patrick Miller||Stephanie Budiwarman|
|Emilie Beaucaire||Jaya Myler||Low Chun Kiat||Pei Lee Yeap||Susanna Kho|
Special thanks to Teo Keng Pheng for sponsoring the 4% admin fee for this crowdfunding campaign ♥
Youth Corps Singapore is a national institution that supports youths who are keen to serve the community. As the catalyst for youth volunteerism, it harnesses the energy and passion of youths to ignite positive change in society through community development projects. Bringing together Singapore Citizens and PRs aged 16 to 35, Youth Corps Singapore provides a platform for youths to learn new skills and meet like-minded peers, who aspire to go forth and create a better Singapore and a better world for all.
Click here to visit our Portal and discover how you can get involved.
Envelope 2015, held in August of 2015, was a seminar event organised by the Engineering Good Student Chapter. Envelope exposed and engaged more than a hundred students to how organizations in Singapore use sustainable and appropriate solutions to help various communities, be it in Singapore or overseas. Guest speakers included speakers from World Toilet Organization, Operation Hope Foundation, Ground Up Initiative, NUS Energy Office and many more!
The first half of Envelope consisted of a series of talks by our invited guest speakers, where they introduced Humanitarian Engineering as it is done in its many different forms, showcasing the many possibilities for students to engage in Humanitarian Engineering as it best suits them. In the second half of Envelope, students could chose to more directly engage with speakers they were more interested in by joining their respective short workshops.
Check out Envelope 2015’s Facebook page for more photos of the event!
Project Make-Possible with IES-NUS
Project Make Possible was an event to help bridge the current gap between engineers and disadvantaged communities. Project Make-Possible began with a Humanitarian Engineering talk, where participants were introduced to the concept of Humanitarian Engineering, followed by a Makerthon.
The Makerthon was made possible through collaboration with Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) Labs and the Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD). Over a week, 10 teams of 4 participants went to SPD to learn more about the problems faced by the physically disabled and develop prototypes to tackle problems identified for a mini-competition. The winners were awarded a total seed funding of $3000 with the option of continuing their work with SPD.