“WIRED” for Success: Advancing Women in Rwanda’s Energy Sector

WOMEN IN RWANDAN ENERGY (WIRE)

The Power Africa-supported Women in Rwandan Energy (WIRE) initiative is working with the Rwandan Government and the private sector to bring 1,400 women into the fast-growing Rwandan energy sector. To support that goal, WIRE started an apprenticeship program in 2020 and is collaborating with Rwandan energy companies to provide on-the-job training to 115 female graduates from universities and technical colleges through a three-month apprentice program.

Intern Spotlight: Diane Dusabe

Diane Dusabe
Diane Dusabe received an apprenticeship opportunity at East African Power, Ltd. (EAP)

Intern Spotlight: Adeline Icyimpaye

Adeline Icyimpaye
Adeline Icyimpaye is currently an apprentice in energy engineering at Rwanda’s MunyaxEco, Ltd

Learn More

For more information on the internship programs, Power Africa’s Women in African Power network, and our commitment to gender equality and women’s economic empowerment, please contact Denise Mortimer.

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