If you’ve seen an unused latrine in a village that practices…Read Post
About Andrew Drain
Andrew is the Technology Development Lead at Engineers Without Borders Australia. In this role, Andrew leads the development of new humanitarian technology projects and the implementation of a new human centered design process across the organisation. He is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Previous to this, Andrew worked as a Lecturer at Massey University, New Zealand. Andrew’s research focuses on the collaborative design process used for humanitarian technology development, and in particular, how collaboration can be evaluated and enhanced for better project impact.
How to engage students in humanitarian technology work was the topic…Read Post
Truly collaborative humanitarian technology development is hard. Unexpected factors such as…Read Post
Attempts to solve problems in underserved communities live and die by…Read Post
The co-design of new technology with communities has benefits and trade-offs.…Read Post