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Science Benefits from a Female Perspective

Abigail Asamoah, who is currently on  GE's Early Career Development Programme in Accra, Ghana, says, "those of us  involved in STEM [science, technology, engineering and mathematics] fields  need to inspire and encourage young girls to pursue STEM careers. GE Reports Africa blog's profile of Abigail Asamoah is part of a new series known as "Women in Technology" which profiles GE SSA's unsung female heroes, highlighting their contribution at GE. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING

Abigail Asamoah gives back to the community volunteering to mentor young girls in Ghana through the Tech Needs Girls initiative.


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