In addition to the EWB project, several students are working on a project located in Eswatini (independent funding). This project is a student-run project focused on providing access to reliable, clean water for a future women’s care facility and children’s orphanage in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Africa. The group is additionally tasked with on providing recommendations for a wastewater management plan. The site itself is a remote 1,000 acre plot of land an hour and a half outside of Manzini, the largest city in Eswatini. The project aims to provide sanctuary and stable living conditions to underprivileged orphans and single mothers left living in unsuitable conditions within the city. The team is working together with the spearhead of the vision, an organization called Saving Orphans Through Healthcare and Outreach, to accomplish this goal. While the project is in its infancy, the students aim to help provide the necessary technical groundwork for this future location of hope and restoration.