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On International Women’s Day 8 March 2017, EnDev Senegal received a badge of honour from the Senegalese Ministry of Energy and the Development of Renewable Energies (MEDER), recognising its engagement for women in business.
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On International Women’s Day 8 March 2017, EnDev Senegal received a badge of honour from the Senegalese Ministry of Energy and the Development of Renewable Energies (MEDER), recognising its commitment for women in business.
  
 
Globalisation, digital innovation, and climate change, among others, are factors which transform our working environment. Despite challenges, this situation holds opportunities to improve the economic potential for women.
 
Globalisation, digital innovation, and climate change, among others, are factors which transform our working environment. Despite challenges, this situation holds opportunities to improve the economic potential for women.

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Senegal 2017/03/08

8 March 2017

On International Women’s Day 8 March 2017, EnDev Senegal received a badge of honour recognising its commitment for women in business

8 March 2017 - EnDev Senegal

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On International Women’s Day 8 March 2017, EnDev Senegal received a badge of honour from the Senegalese Ministry of Energy and the Development of Renewable Energies (MEDER), recognising its commitment for women in business.

Globalisation, digital innovation, and climate change, among others, are factors which transform our working environment. Despite challenges, this situation holds opportunities to improve the economic potential for women.

This is where EnDev Senegal jumps in and supports women in businesses through energy access and modern energy services.

This involvement into the support of women was honoured by the Ministry yesterday, on International Women’s Day.

Happy International Women's Day from the whole EnDev Senegal team!