WFEO is committed to capacity building efforts in engineering in the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) through its national members from Fiji, Mauritius and in the Caribbean, among others.
These members are among those affected by climate change and the impact of weather related natural disasters. Key issues that have been discussed at the events held in Fiji, Mauritius and in the West Indies have related to the need for resilient infrastructure for sustainable development and to withstand natural disasters which are increasing as a result of climate change.
Institution of Engineers Mauritius releases book on the role of engineering in addressing climate change in the Small Island Developing States
Mr. Raj Hemansing Prayag, Past President Institution of Engineers Mauritius, WFEO National Member, receives national honour for contribution to engineering
WFEO OCE Climate Change Education Workshop
Launch of Engineering the Future of Mauritius and the World – Engineering and the UN Sustainable Development Goals in a Small Island Developing State
Podcast Engineering Leaders – Small islands engineering with Genna Bangaroo
Engineering and SDGs for Humanitarian Solutions – Humanitarian Innovation Hackathon
Engineering Leaders Podcasts – Life below water with Raj Prayag
The WFEO Declaration on Climate Emergency
Presentation by WFEO on Capacity Building for Engineering to UNESCO Member Delegations
Report on the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Knowledge Day event at UNESCO
WFEO Engineering 2030 Plan – Project: Sustainable Infrastructure and Resilience to Natural Disasters in Small Island Developing States
SPEA Symposium on Sustainable Infrastructure Successful Economy and celebrating WFEO 50th Anniversary: addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goal 11