GE Africa is committed to leadership, integrity, partnership and human progress. GE Kujenga is a sustainability program in Africa. The word kujenga means "build" in Swahili, and GE is a partner in building Africa's sustainable future. GE's approach is to empower people by building valuable skills, equip communities with new tools and technology, and elevate ideas that are helping to solve Africa's challenges.
Hunter Josiah works in GE's Nairobi office. He is a commercial counselor for sub-Saharan Africa and is a graduate of GE's Early Career Development Program (ECDP).
African Leadership Academy (ALA) identifies young leaders from across Africa and enables them to practice and develop leadership through a hands-on ... see more »
GE Africa, 29 July 2014
GE Kujenga, GE Africa's flagship Citizenship programme has donated Kshs 4.5 million (USD 50,000)towards providing equipment of a computer lab for students with visual impairment at… Read more »
General Electric (GE) has announced the conclusion of the GE-Dangote Framework Agreement for distributed power solutions. The agreement will support the growth of one of its ... Read more »
The U.S. African Development Foundation partnered with GE Africa to promote innovative solutions that develop, scale-up or extend the use of proven technologies for off-grid energy ... Read more »
The CNN MultiChoice African Journalism Awards debuted an Energy & Infrastructure category, sponsored by GE. The Energy & Infrastructure award recognises outstanding journalism ... Read more »