Our engineering and technical volunteers tend to work in either our secure livelihoods programmes to help people make a decent living or our health programmes to support healthcare services.
Volunteers come from a wide range of professional backgrounds and work to share their technical skills, both in the workplace and in education institutes and colleges.
Perhaps you're an electrical engineer who'll be training technicians to maintain life-saving hospital equipment. Or maybe you're an irrigation engineer making it possible for disadvantaged rural groups to grow crops throughout the year. Either way, you'll be making a real difference in people's lives.