GITGE opens its doors to Equatoguinean youth

Within the framework of social activities taking place to mark the Christmas festivities, on the morning of 20th December, GITGE opened its doors to two professional centres and some of the students from the NGO Onavedra, with the aim that they get to know how it works first hand from professionals working for the body.

The visit began in the city of Sipopo, where over 40 students visited the NOC facilities in Sipopo, the operations centre for the Ceiba II submarine cable, in addition to the head of connections in the conference hall, the Turkish Hall, and the La Paz Hospital, among others. In the hands of the Technical Director, Olivia Janine Garcia, the head of NOC Sipopo, Miguel Nzi, and the maintenance expert Jose Luis Nsue, they learned about its operation, importance and use.

Following this visit, the group of students went to the GITGE central offices in Malabo II, where they were received by the Director General of the Entity, A�scar Ngomo Ondo Nchama, who welcomed them and explained the GITGE projects involving Equatoguinean youth, taking into account that GITGE staff is primarily made up of young people of both sexes.

Following that, the students visited the departments making up GITGE Malabo (human resources, logistics, sales and marketing, and the technical department), and asked questions regarding any doubts they had with respect to each one.

The visit concluded with a question and answer quiz, which was won by Juan Pedro Dioso from the CISCO training school, who received the prize of a tablet.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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