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30 Oct


EWB 10th Anniversary Gala

October 30, 2010 | By |

The 10th Anniversary EWB Gala is all set to wow you. On Saturday, January 15, 2011, 2000+ people will come together at the Allstream Centre in Toronto to celebrate African humanity and achievements like never before. And we have a world class presenter excited to join us.

Engineers Without Borders is thrilled to announce that K’naan, the internationally acclaimed poet and hip hop artist, will be joining us to celebrate our 10th anniversary conference.

K’naan is not afraid to shed light on sensitive issues and address real global challenges through his music. Whether standing up to the UN, or consistently creating urgent music with a message, K’naan always makes his voice heard.

To read more about K’naan: click here.

K’naan will inspire attendees through a unique keynote address and then close the night with a small performance.

(Above text courtesy of the EWB National Office website)

Register for the exciting 2011 EWB national conference here  .


  1. At the EWB conference two years ago, I realized I wanted to allocate more of my personal time to helping EWB. That lead to my current time in Malawi.

    I have not yet seen the entire conference schedule, but I can say for certain that if someone attends the conference for even a single one or two hour session on Thursday, Friday or Saturday, it will transform their understanding of what EWB has achieved and what EWB is achieving. You will be astonished by the quality of the people who attend and you will very quickly realize why EWB has become so influential and respected.

    If you are at a stage of finding EWB an intriguing concept but you aren’t fully certain if it should receive your financial support, or your volunteer time, then you should attend the conference.

    Don McMurtry
    EWB Volunteer in Malawi