Documentary Chronicles Engineers’ Partnership in Guatemalan Quest for Water

In fall 2020, members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Engineers Without Borders (EWB-UW) student chapter concluded a project that brought clean water to 130 homes in the rural community of Zapote, Guatemala. The system runs from a mountain spring and includes more than nine miles of piping largely buried in hand-dug trenches. Spanning five years and involving often backbreaking work on the parts of more than 100 students and local residents, it was the largest water distribution project ever undertaken by an EWB student chapter.

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