BMET student’s Volunteering in Cambodia

During their first week volunteering in Cambodian hospitals, the participants in the Engineering World Health Summer Institute repaired over 60 pieces of medical equipment, renovated one BMET workshop, translated error messages and manuals, exchanged knowledge with local BMETs, and made many new friends. Engineering World Health would like to express our gratitude to our partners at the hospitals and the University of Puthisastra for making this possible.

Engineering students from Australia

Engineering students from the University of New South Wales and University of Sydney, Australia, have completed their second week volunteering in Cambodian hospitals to repair medical equipment. The students are participants in the Engineering World Health Summer Institute program (in partnership with the University of Puthisastra) which aims to empower biomedical engineers to improve healthcare delivery around the world.

Engineering World Health Volunteer

During their first week volunteering in Cambodian hospitals, the participants in the Engineering World Health Summer Institute repaired over 60 pieces of medical equipment, renovated one BMET workshop, translated error messages and manuals, exchanged knowledge with local BMETs, and made many new friends. Engineering World Health would like to express our gratitude to our partners at the hospitals and the University of Puthisastra for making this possible.