The Kenya Electrical energy Transmission Firm Restricted, KETRACO has partnered with Kenyatta College to supply scholarships to ladies from susceptible households throughout the nation.
The partnership will see KETRACO pump assets into this system dubbed KETRACO Scholarship for Orphans and Susceptible College students (KSOVS). Over the following 5 years susceptible feminine college students in KU’s Electrical or Civil Engineering college are set to be beneficiaries of the initiative.
Talking throughout the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony, KETRACO’s Managing Director FCPA Fernandes Barasa hailed the initiative as trying to bridge the engineering expertise hole within the nation – which is likely one of the initiatives the transmission firm has engaged in with establishments of upper training in order to meet its imaginative and prescient.
“The general goal of the MoU signing is to collectively develop mutual collaboration in varied areas together with areas of analysis that touches on electrical energy transmission, help fairness, entry and excellence in increased training particularly amongst susceptible ladies,” Barasa stated.
“It will type a hyperlink that can see the event of recent merchandise and expertise in electrical energy transmission by scholarships, analysis funding and data administration consultancy,” KETRACO stated.
“This partnership will facilitate mutual collaboration between KETRACO and KU that can allow us to discover rising developments in electrical energy transmission and analysis,” he KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Paul Wainaina.
The partnership will give a possibility to younger ladies from susceptible households to pursue their goals.
- The Ketraco Scholarship for Orphans and Susceptible College students will educate feminine susceptible college students in electrical or civil engineering for 5 years.
- Throughout the signing of the MOU Ketraco CEO Fernandes Barasa hailed the initiative for trying to bridge the engineering expertise hole within the nation and manufacturing of market-ready feminine engineering graduates.
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