Thursday, December 8, 2016

Kenya: Women Urged to Pursue Careers in Geothermal Development

Pursue geothermal development careers to bridge gender equality gap - Nchoe (

Geothermal Development Company MD Eng. Johnson Ole Nchoe presents a commendation to Phyllis Mathenge, the WING Africa Interim Chairperson  and Drilling Engineer at GDC offices.[Photo/]
Women have been urged to pursue careers in geothermal development to bridge the gender equality gap and enhance business productivity in the industry.

Geothermal Development Company (GDC) Managing Director, Eng Johnson Ole Nchoe, said the company will continue supporting the growth of women in the industry to create a balance that will boost geothermal development through enhanced innovation.

Eng Nchoe said the industry has numerous opportunities for women to advance their careers disclosing that GDC has a third of women in senior management positions.

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