4th March
World Engineering Day
for Sustainable Development
A UNESCO International Day, An Annual Celebration, Every 4th March-to highlight the achievements of engineers and engineering in our modern world and improve public understanding of how engineering and technology is central to modern life and sustainable development.

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The World Engineering Day Logo
The 17 colours of the UN Sustainable Development Goals are included in the logo and represent the commitment to the UN 2030 Agenda. The colours at the centre of the image are for the Sustainable Development Goals for Water, Energy, Sustainable Infrastructure and Innovation. These are the main areas where engineers are needed most. The goal for Engineering Education is also central as the world needs more engineers with the right engineering skills for sustainable development.
The Proposal of World Engineering Day Has Got Support from
ENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONS
COUNTRIES / REGIONS
Association of Nordic EngineersNordic countries
TH Georg Agricola UniversityGermany
Chief Scientist and EngineerAustralia
Australia Dept. of Foreign Affairs and TradeAustralia
Australian National Commission to UNESCOAustralia
China National Commission to UNESCOChina
Costa Rica UNESCO National CommissionCosta Rica
Commonwealth Engineers’ CouncilInternational
Federation of African Engineering OrganisationsAfrica
Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the PacificAsia
International Federation of Engineering Education SocietiesInternational
Pan American Federation of Engineering SocietiesAmerica
European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI)Europe
Discover EUSA
Women in Engineering and ScienceBangladesh
Women in Science Technology Engineering and MathematicsMongolia
WFEO Committee on Women in EngineeringNigeria
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) IndiaIndia
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) NepalNepal
WomEngSouth Africa
Women’s Engineering Society (WES)UK
International Network for Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES)International
Council for the Regulation of Engineering in NigeriaNigeria
Pakistan Engineering CouncilPakistan
Engineering Council of South AfricaSouth Africa
Engineering Council of ZimbabweZimbabwe
Australasian Institute of Mining and MetallurgyAustralasian
Engineers AustraliaAustralia
Science and Technology AustraliaAustralia
Bahrain Society of EngineersBahrain
Committee of Engineers Belgium (CIBIC)Belgium
FEBRAEBrazil
Federation of Scientific and Engineering UnionsBulgaria
China Association for Science and TechnologyChina
Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y de Arquitectos de Costa RicaCosta Rica
Technical Chamber of Cyprus (ETEK)Cyprus
Société des Ingénieurs et Scientifiques de France (IESF)France
Ghana Institution of EngineeringGhana
Technical Chamber of GreeceGreece
Hong Kong Institution of EngineersHong Kong, SAR of China
Institution of Engineers IndiaIndia
Iraqi Engineers UnionIrak
Institution of Engineers MalaysiaMalaysia
Institution of Engineers MauritiusMauritius
Myanmar Engineering SocietyMyanmar
Engineering New ZealandNew Zealand
Nigerian Society of EngineersNigeria
Institution of Engineers PakistanPakistan
Colegio de Ingenieros del PeruPeru
Philippine Institute of Civil EngineersPhilippines
Ordem dos Engenheiros de PortugalPortugal
Russian Union of Scientific and Engineering AssociationsRussia
Union of Scientific and Engineering AssociationsRussia
Institution of Engineers RwandaRwanda
Union Nationale des Ingénieurs du Sénégal (UNISEN)Senegal
Sierra Leone Institution of EngineersSierra Leone
Institution of Engineers SingaporeSingapore
Slovenian Chamber of EngineersSlovenia
Institute of Professional Engineering TechnologistsSouth Africa
Southern African Federation of Engineering OrganisationsSouth Africa
South Africa University StellenboschSouth Africa
South African Institution of Civil EngineeringSouth Africa
South African Chamber of Engineering TechnologySouth Africa
Southern African Institute of Mining and MetallurgySouth Africa
Instituto de la Ingenieria de EspañaSpain
Institution of Engineers Sri LankaSri Lanka
SWISS Engineering, Section de GenèveSwitzerland
Institution of Engineering TanzaniaTanzania
Ordre des Ingénieurs TunisiensTunisia
Institution of Civil Engineers UKUK
Institution of Structural Engineers UKUK
Royal Academy of EngineeringUK
Association of Engineers UruguayUruguay
American Society of Civil EngineersUSA
West African Federation of Engineering OrganisationsWest Africa
Zimbabwe Institution of EngineersZimbabwe
Aston University Birmingham UKUK
Australian Academy of Technology and EngineeringAustralia
Chinese Academy of EngineeringChina
Académie des Technologies, FranceFrance

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Proclamation of a World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development
The UNESCO General Conference has adopted, for the records of the General Conference, the resolution:
Proclaims 4 March of every year World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development

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