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    • Nyeri Deputy Govornor and Campaign Ambassador Dr Caroline Karugu Delivery Speech During the Mammo Screening Campaign Luanch
    • Dr JP Bor from the Kenya National Cancer Control Program at the center together with GE representatives Evelyne Ngaruiya and Irene Mwathi During the Luanch
    • Evelyne Ngaruiya Representing Brenda Mbathi CEO for GE East Africa During the Launch
    • GE Medina Mutisya Training Nyeri Healthcare Workers on Mammography Screening in Preparation to the one month campaign
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Women in Nyeri County Benefit from Breast Cancer Screening Campaign

Mammography screening services available for free for women registered for the UHC pilot

Campaign targeting over 10,000 women aged 40 years to 74 years- the recommended age for screening; Screening will be done through mammography- the only screening method that has been shown to be effective in reducing breast cancer mortality; Mammography screening services available for free for women registered for the UHC…

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GE Healthcare and Kenya’s Ministry of Health Train over 260 Healthcare Professionals

The training is part of refresher courses for the Managed Equipment Services (MES) project launched in 2015

Healthcare technologists including radiographers, radiologists and biomedical engineers drawn from Kenya’s 47 counties; The training is part of refresher courses for the Managed Equipment Services (MES) project launched in 2015. GE Healthcare (www.GEHealthcare.com) and the Ministry of Health recently trained over 260 healthcare technologists from all Level 4, 5 and…

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    • From Right: David Wandabwa, Director of Service, East Africa - GE Healthcare with Millicent Alooh, Secretary General - AMEK and Liza Olwande, Healthcare Project Management Operations Leader Africa - GE Healthcare during the Biomedical Excellence Day held in Nairobi
    • GE Healthcare and the Association of Medical Engineering of Kenya host more than 100 biomedical engineers for Biomedical Excellence Day (1)
    • GE Healthcare and the Association of Medical Engineering of Kenya host more than 100 biomedical engineers for Biomedical Excellence Day (2)
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GE Healthcare and the Association of Medical Engineering of Kenya host more than 100 biomedical engineers for Biomedical Excellence Day

The training aligns with Kenya’s Vision 2030 and the Big Four agenda pillar on capacity building for Universal Health Coverage

More than 100 biomedical engineers from the public and private sectors across the country participated with best practices on maintenance emphasized during the training; the training aligns with Kenya’s Vision 2030 and the Big Four agenda pillar on capacity building for Universal Health Coverage GE Healthcare (www.GEHealthcare.com) today hosted the…

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    • From Left: General Manager for GE Healthcare West, Central & French Sub-Saharan Africa, Eyong Ebai; President and CEO, GE Africa & GE Healthcare Africa, Farid Fezoua; Group Deputy Managing Director, Access Bank Plc, Roosevelt Ogbona and Chief Risk Officer, Access Bank Plc, Gregory Jobome at the signing of a healthcare equipment financing agreement between GE Healthcare and Access Bank in Lagos today Friday July 26
    • From Left: General Manager for GE Healthcare West, Central & French Sub-Saharan Africa, Eyong Ebai; President and CEO, GE Africa & GE Healthcare Africa, Farid Fezoua; Group Deputy Managing Director, Access Bank Plc, Roosevelt Ogbona and Chief Risk Officer, Access Bank Plc, Gregory Jobome at the signing of a healthcare equipment financing agreement between GE Healthcare and Access Bank in Lagos today Friday July 26
    • From Left: Senior Vice President-Healthcare Financing, GE Healthcare West, Central & French Sub-Saharan Africa Mohammed Abdulsalam; General Manager for GE Healthcare West, Central & French Sub-Saharan Africa, Eyong Ebai; President and CEO, GE Africa & GE Healthcare Africa, Farid Fezoua; Group Deputy Managing Director, Access Bank Plc, Roosevelt Ogbona and Chief Risk Officer, Access Bank Plc, Gregory Jobome at the signing of a healthcare equipment financing agreement between GE Healthcare and Access Bank in Lagos today Friday July 26
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GE Healthcare and Access Bank Partner to Provide Financing to Nigeria’s Healthcare Providers

The partnership will help the private healthcare providers to deliver access to affordable healthcare services

Access Bank (www.AccessBankplc.com) and GE Healthcare (www.GEHealthcare.com) are to provide sustainable healthcare equipment financing to private healthcare providers; The partnership will help the private healthcare providers to deliver access to affordable healthcare services. GE Healthcare and Access Bank Nigeria have entered into a partnership to provide Nigeria’s Private Healthcare Providers…

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    • L-R: Adam Ward (GE Aviation), Sean Moser (GE Aviation), Paul Njoroge (Director Operations, KQ) Andrew Coleman (GE Aviation) Clare Ward (CIO, KQ) & Isam Moursy ( VP, GE Aviation Africa). Seated L-R: John Mansfield (Chief Digital Officer, GE Aviation) & Sebastian Mikosz (CEO, KQ)
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Kenya Airways Selects GE Aviation for Digital Flight Operations

Kenya Airways adds to the 15,468 aircraft with GE Aviation’s digital solutions

Maximizing Airline Efficiency with the Most Accurate Data and Analytics; Kenya Airways (www.Kenya-Airways.com) adds to the 15,468 aircraft with GE Aviation’s (www.GEAviation.com) digital solutions. Kenya Airways has selected GE Aviation for the Flight Operations suite of digital products across the airline’s fleet of Boeing 737, 787 and Embraer E190 airplanes.…

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    • From left to right: Mr. Isaiah Okoth, Country Director Kenya, PharmAccess Foundation and Mr. Andrew Waititu, General Manager for GE Healthcare East Africa during the MCF/GE Healthcare partnership announcement (1)
    • From left to right: Mr. Isaiah Okoth, Country Director Kenya, PharmAccess Foundation and Mr. Andrew Waititu, General Manager for GE Healthcare East Africa during the MCF/GE Healthcare partnership announcement (2)
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Kenyan Small and Medium Healthcare providers to get boost in accessing financing for Medical Equipment purchases

The Medical Credit Fund (MCF) and GE Healthcare are partnering towards improving access to quality healthcare services for patients in underserved areas with high populations

Small and medium private healthcare providers can access loans for the purchase of medical equipment by providing their MPESA /MTIBA statements. GE Healthcare (www.GEHealthcare.com) and Medical Credit Fund (MCF)-part of the PharmAccess group- (www.MedicalCreditFund.org) have entered into a partnership to enable small and medium private healthcare providers to access loans…

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Ground Breaking Public-Private Partnership brings lifesaving medical oxygen to hospitals across the Amhara Region of Ethiopia

The President of Ethiopia, H.E. Sahle-Work Zewde, and the Minister of Health, H.E. Dr. Amir Aman, are presiding over the commissioning ceremony for the Amhara Region Oxygen Centre on April 4, 2019

The Amhara Regional Government, the Federal Ministry of Health of Ethiopia, the Amhara Regional Health Bureau, the General Electric (GE) Foundation (www.GE.com/sustainability/philanthropy), and Grand Challenges Canada announce the launch of the Amhara Region Oxygen Centre. Located in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, the Amhara Region Oxygen Centre will provide affordable and reliable…

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General Electric appoints Brenda Mbathi as East Africa CEO

Based in Nairobi, Brenda will lead the development of diverse programs with public and private sector projects and partnerships across East Africa

General Electric (www.GE.com) has announced the appointment of Brenda Mbathi as the Chief Executive Officer for East Africa. In her role, Brenda will play a pivotal role in steering the next phase of strategy and growth for General Electric in East African markets, excluding Ethiopia which shall continue to be…

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    • Andrew Waititu, General Manager, General Electric Healthcare, East Africa, gives students a tour of the equipment at the GE Healthcare Training Centre. GE and Young Scientists Kenya hosted a workshop to discuss the importance of STEM careers to develop innovative solutions for diverse challenges in the country.
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers can help unlock solutions for social and economic challenges

In Africa, less than 2% of students, under 18, finish school with vital Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies and careers are becoming increasingly important in order to prepare students to develop innovative solutions to solve challenges in diverse sectors. General Electric (GE) (www.GE.com) and Young Scientists Kenya (YSK.co.ke) hosted a workshop to sensitize male and female secondary school students on the benefits…

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CORRECTION: GE Connects Financing and Turbine Technology to its Flagship Onshore Wind Project in Sub-Sahara Africa

GE Energy Financial Services (GE EFS) and Renewable Energy partner to deliver 100MW wind power project in Kenya

GE’s flagship onshore wind project in Sub-Sahara Africa— 60 1.7-103 units; GE EFS (www.GEEnergyFinancialServices.com) and Renewable Energy partner to deliver 100MW wind power project in Kenya; Kipeto will produce enough electricity to power the equivalent of 40,000 homes GE Renewable Energy (www.GE.com/RenewableEnergy) and GE Energy Financial Services (“GE EFS”) have partnered…