Our Projects

ENGINEERING THROUGH EDUCATION 2023

       WARC intends to continue two projects that have generated sustainable solutions for  local communities: filtration and ecological education. Reverse osmosis filters remove salt from salinized groundwater at schools , lowering the incidence of anemia, which is prevalent among rural children. This year’s educational program utilizes task-oriented exercises to hone in on engineering in order to emphasize a concrete methodology for environmental innovation. 

In the program, rural high-schoolers will brainstorm their own small-scale engineering projects, encouraging them to advocate for their country’s ecological well-being, one of which will be scaled-up in our next project. Ultimately, we hope to incentivize and equip young people to continue our work past the conclusion of this project. The method seeks to solve a concrete problem, via the process: 1. brainstorming; 2. designing and testing a prototype solution; 3. recording data and making adjustments. The program will comprise four activities: installation and maintenance of filters, planting trees to establish school gardens, and the development of small-scale, student-led projects addressing local environmental needs through an engineering methodology.

Community Partners: Eco-Movement of Uzbekistan, Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, Nur Va Xayot Center,

UN Joint Programme for the Aral Sea

   Targets

  • Install RO filters at 4 schools to reduce the incidence of anemia

  • Lead 4 education programs, to inspire innovative collaboration amongst youth to solve ecological problems via an engineering methodology

Goal:

$23,176

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PROJECT MUYNAK:
CHILDREN'S VITAMINS

        In August 2017, to inaugurate our work in Muynak, we donated vitamin packages to the local children's clinic. Lacking the economic resources to care for their medical and nutritional well-being, the inhabitants of Muynak have faced malnutrition, respiratory diseases, and cancer. Women and children are facing the worst of these illnesses, including a widespread epidemic of anemia, a disease often caused by the lack of vitamins. 

         On each trip to Muynak, we bring 50 packages of children's vitamins to help relieve this urgent health crisis. The vitamins help prevent children from developing chronic nutrient deficiency diseases during early development. This project is a low-cost initiative which has a direct impact on the local community.

Community Partners: Muynak Children's Clinic

Targets

  • Provide 250 vitamin packages

Goal:

$550