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Engineers for Overseas Development Ltd (EFOD) is a limited liability Charitable Company designed to assist in the development and training of young professionals in the Construction Industry by challenging members to plan and manage construction projects to alleviate poverty in sub-Sahara Africa.
Young volunteers include engineers, architects, project managers and qualified apprentices from the construction industry.
Teams of volunteers will travel to a country, usually for short periods of time, to help promote and provide adequate public health facilities and supervise projects. They work in partnership with the local councils, organisations, local project managers and labour to provide development projects; and to educate and train the local workers in construction techniques and the need for adequate public health and sanitation.
This talk will give an opportunity to hear about EFOD`s work, hear some first-hand experience from Nushma Juwaheer and Sally Sudworth, and to ask questions how you can become involved to support your professional development.
The talk will be held at Stantec UK Ltd`s offices in Birchwood, Warrington.
Parking: There is a car park next to the offices.
Light refreshments will be served from 18:00, with the talk beginning at 18:30 prompt.
Organised by ICE Cheshire branch.
For further information please contact Antje Budge - [email protected] or 07866-033143.
BSc CEng CEnv FICE FWES MCIWEM
Sally is a director at Engineers for Overseas Development (EFOD), which delivers life changing sustainable community projects in sub-Sahara Africa. This engineering charity provides challenging opportunities for our young construction professionals to gain valuable experience to help them with their training to become professionally qualified.
Sally has over 30 years’ experience of working in design and construction in both the private industry and public sector, managing £multi-million programmes of work for flood risk, river and canal restoration and highway engineering.
As the first female fellow in ICE Wales, Sally was subsequently invited to be ICE Wales Cymru Chairman in 2010/2011.
Sally is a chartered engineer, a chartered environmentalist, a fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), a fellow of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) and a member of the Chartered Institute for Water and Environmental Management. She served for 5 years on the ICE Professional Conduct Panel. She is a trustee for WES and currently holds the position of Honorary Secretary.
Sally is also chair of the judging panel for the eminent Karen Burt award.
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