Empowering Communities the World Over

Through Teamwork and Training, We Can and Will Make a Difference.



WE REMEMBER, HONOR AND THANK BROTHER  HILL FOR HIS DEDICATION TO THE IBEW & EWWBNA

Ed attended the IBEW Motorcycle Ride annually.


It is with a heavy heart we share that IBEW International President Emeritus


Edwin D. Hill


has passed away.


We remember, honor, and thank him for his dedication to the IBEW. Upon his retirement, he turned that passion to establishing EWWBNA. His dream was to share the goodwill and skills of IBEW members with those less fortunate around the world.  You can help to fulfill that goal by donating in his honor.


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~ OBITUARY OF EDWIN D. HILL ~

Edwin D. Hill - 1937-2018. Thank you brother for all you've done, all you've given us, and thank you for the legacy you leave behind to future generations of IBEW members.

Mission Statement

EWWBNA

 

Electrical Workers Without Borders North America (EWWBNA) seeks to create and live in a world where the benefits of electricity are available to everyone, and we do this by utilizing the skills and training of our professional volunteers. EWWBNA stands ready to assist those in need throughout the world.

 

 

 


Electrical Workers Without Borders North America (EWWBNA)

“We envision a world where the basic needs provided by electricity are readily available to everyone”.

Electrical Workers Without Borders North America (EWWBNA)

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EWWBNA's primary goal is to aid in providing resources for communities in developing countries that lack key infrastructure, as well as provide opportunities throughout the world by providing knowledge, resources and experience for the benefit of all.





Our purpose (s) is to provide relief...

 

The purpose (s) of EWWBNA is to provide relief and help local communities build training programs and infrastructure that will create sustainable, ongoing systems to improve lifestyles.

 

We draw upon the professional expertise of all volunteers working in the electrical industry who can facilitate our mission, are willing to volunteer time, effort and materials to further our cause. 

 

When people are left behind and without resources to meet their own daily needs for electricity, EWWBNA will be there to deliver those services and we will do this by sharing our hard-earned skills and expertise with members of the affected communities.

Our Work


EWWBNA stands ready to assist those in need throughout the world.

ENAM


Port-au-Prince, Haiti -

National School of Arts and Trades

Solar Installation and Train-

the-Trainers Project

The Fondation Vincent


Cap Haitien, Haiti-

Academic & Vocational Training Ctr. / Orphanage

Electrical Rehabilitation and Train-

the-Trainers Project

Angola

 

Chiulo Hospital –

Municipality of Ombadja, Cunene, Angola

Rehabilitation Project

Positioning of PV on the Ground

IDADEE


Cap Haitien, Haiti -

Initiative for Development & Support of Children

Electrical Installation and Train-

the-Trainers Project

Plan and layout of the training center for the Idadee orphanage and training facility

Electrical Workers Without Borders (Partners): 

   -France

   -Italy

   -Spain
   -Germany

   -Switzerland