WOMEN IN ENGINEERING

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The percentage of engineering faculty who are women increased from 13.4 per cent in 2013 to 15.5 per cent in 2017.The number is not much but the progress is promising for in the future of engineering we will mostly have females in the field, This article is an experience of a woman who is an engineer in a developing country and still making a mark through her field as an engineer.

Primary School: MLIMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL
Primary School Year: 2006
Ordinary School: GREEN ACRES SECONDARY SCHOOL
Ordinary School Year: 2006
High School: SHABAN ROBERT
High School Year: 2009
University Name: ST.JOSEPH UNIVERSITY TANZANIA
University Year: 2013
University Course: CIVIL ENGINEERING
Current Job: CIVIL ENGINEER
Current Company: CIVIL OFFICE
Associate Gender: Female
Associate Advice on Studies: Like everything else, success in studies needs commitment and ability to use the knowledge you have to transform change and be of use to the society. The change is not supposed to be big and raise you to fame and riches, Just the little accomplishments you make in your field of study that touch people”s lives directly or indirectly are already transforming the world.
Associate Advice on Career: As a female engineer in Tanzania having more than three different working experiences, the field is fun and challenging in it’s own way. There are some differences in working at a private and government office in terms of salary and other stuffs but the work as an engineer is pretty much the same. My first experience at work was pretty much awesome and never short of novel work challenges, as you gain experience through time and continuous learning from other fellows the challenges become easier to conquer and overcome. Since being a mother and a wife being close to your family is something crucial, as an engineer it’s not always easy to be close to your family due to working in remote areas makes one far from home, therefore fulfilling my responsibilities as a wife and a mother becomes difficult. Am happy to say that though most people advocate about inequality in relation to gender issues in the science field, my work has been extremely free of the inequality problem, am paid according to my level and hard work,listened to and my ideas of how to improve different projects are highly taken into consideration. For young girls out there who want to pursue an engineering career, they should know that nothing comes easy, work smart and do not depend on gender issues to raise you to the epitome of your career, for example if you want to be the head of Electrical engineering in the whole of coast region, you must earn it through hard work,determination,good inter personal skills with fellow workers and continuous learning. If you want to really make a mark in a male dominated field, Jitume zaidi ya vile wavulana wanafanya, Jitolee kusaidia jamii kupitia elimu yako ya uhandisi na hakika mafanikio ni yako.

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  2. Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular article! It is the little changes which will make the biggest changes. Thanks for sharing! Pansie Obie Siegel

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