Involved & creating a better world
Involved & creating a better world
The purpose of this project was to serve the indigenous Kichwa (Quechua) people living in the watershed area of Malingua Pamba-Quinta Tunguiche (MP-QT) in the Andes of Ecuador (elevation 9,500’ – 12,000′) by completing the objectives approved in the global grant.
Bruce Randolph is an iconic figure in Denver and his philanthropy has been recognized around the country and by very prominent figures in the United States. To the degree that the Daddy Bruce Documentary was produced and delivered to the Denver Film Festival in November 2016, on time and on budget. PMWB was recognized in the credits of the documentary.
The Denver-based Catholic health system sponsors a mission trip each year to Arusha Lutheran Medical Centre (ALMC) located in Arusha, Tanzania. Through a partnership with ALMC and its sister hospital, Selian Lutheran Hospital, teams of physicians, associates, technical personnel and others annually travel to the community in eastern Africa to bring healing and health — and lots of supplies.
What changed for their trip in 2015 trip was that SCL Health is partnered with Project Managers Without Borders, leveraging PMWB’s experience and project management best practices to assist the different teams from SCL Health to better plan, prepare, and manage their trip, in order to improve their overall impact.
PMWB was engaged in weekly and ad-hoc discussions with SCL Health team leaders to improve communications, track pre-trip activities, identify and document key processes, and prioritize key activities. PMWB volunteers worked closely to help SCL Health formulate success indicators for this and future trips. PWMB also provided off-line support to SCL Health’s medical, information technology, and BioMed teams to help maximise their impact once in Arusha.
The partnership was a wonderful experience for both groups, and PMWB looks forward to continuing our work together in the future.
This project is aimed at bringing the communities, international flood experts and local authorities together. This in turn, will spark the execution plan necessary to prevent future flooding in the area which will have enormous benefits to the community, economy and ecology in Accra.
Project Managers Without Borders (PMWB) has proudly partnered with the Rotary Club of Centennial, Colorado, a not-for-profit organization like PMWB to create a solution for the WaterRico Project. After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the citizens of a municipality impacted severely by the devastation, Moca, needed help in obtaining reliable, clean drinking water.Continue Reading
New educational material was produced in partnership with The Netherlands PMI Chapter. The partership added IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, and narrowed focus to their internal projects to support their NGO clients
Currently in the final stages of completing the material and scheduling the delivery
The Centre of Learning and Development (CL&D) is a non-profit community-based literacy organisation founded in 1979 in Regents Park in Toronto, Canada, and focusing on leadership development, immigrant integration, civic engagement, skill development, and more recently supporting start up social enterprises.Continue Reading
The goal of the Samilpamba potable water project in Ecuador is to
re-design and construct an improved potable water distribution
system for over 130 community members.