El Salvador Project

Supported by Engage for Development, a UK registered charity.

El Salvador Project.

The El Salvador Project is a charitable volunteer project that provides simple and effective engineering solutions to poor communities in El Salvador who frequently face devastating earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and landslides.

Learn more about us or get in touch if you want more information on us or our projects.

Since winning the Award for Sustainability for our Housing for Low-Income Communities in El Salvador in collaboration with Arup, we have decided to move in a new direction. In the summer of 2015, a small team went out to El Salvador to evaluate how we could improve sanitation in rural communities enabling us to send a new team of volunteers out this summer. We are focussing on building latrines and clean water infrastructure this year which hopefully is a start to a new exciting phase of the project!

Supporting charity Engage for Development.

Who are we?

  The project is run by students   from Imperial College London   and in collaboration with the UK registered charity Engage For Development.

You can follow us on:

Instagram @IC_ESP

Twitter @IC_ESP

Recent News

  January 2016:

2015 Project Report
The 2015 Project Report has finally been uploaded! Find the report, with a summary of the 2015 Project, information about the projects affiliates and committee, the construction process and much more! Click HERE

Help us fundraise

The project would not be possible every year without the generous donations from our supporters. If you would like to help this year's project move forward, please donate via our Fund Raising Page.