Kenya is home to GE Africa's headquarters. GE offers a vast array of products and solutions supporting the country's infrastructure growth in power, energy management, healthcare and aviation. Key customers include Safaricom and Kenya Airways.
Aligning with Nigeria’s goals for growth through its Vision 2020, GE signed a landmark Country to Company agreement aimed at fostering partnerships and driving critical infrastructure projects across the country. With more than 350 employees, and facilities on the ground, GE is committed to supporting the country's growth in various sectors such as health care, power, rail transportation and aviation.
With a relationship spanning back a century, GE has invested in major infrastructure and media projects such as emergency generators for Anglo Platinum and the CNBC Africa broadcast headquarters. Today, the more than 500 GE employees located in country drive growth in the energy, security and healthcare industries, which enable South Africa to tackle some of its greatest challenges.
Since 1967, GE's partnership with Angola has helped the country discover a multitude of opportunities, from new ways to generate power to a complete modernization of its transportation. In 1996 & 2004, we set up offices in Malongo and Luanda. GE is proud to have played a role in Angola's economic growth over the last 30 years and will continue to contribute for years to come.
Ghana is one of the countries under GE's Developing Health Globally initiative, an initiative designed to improve healthcare delivery in rural African communities and other regions of the world. GE has donated medical and power generation equipment, lighting technology and water purification systems to sites in Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi and Kintampo District Hospital in central Ghana.