KPC Feted for the 4th Year in a Row at the DIAR Awards

Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) has been feted as the best state corporation on Diversity, Inlcusion & Sustainability for the fourth time in a row during the sixth edition of the National Diversity and Inclusion Awards and Recognition (DIAR) gala held at the Sarit Center Expo in Nairobi.

KPC also emerged second runners up in the most inclusive CSR initiative category.

KPC MD Mr. Joe Sang was also awarded the prestigious Diversity and Inclusion C-Suite Executive Award in recognition of his commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion within KPC and the broader community.

Under Joe Sang’s leadership, KPC has implemented progressive policies and initiatives aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

“The KPC fraternity is honored to be recognized for the fourth time for championing diversity and inclusion internally and within the communities which we operate. I am also humbled to have emerged top in the C-Suite Executive Award Category,” said Sang.

“We live in a world where we are experiencing a myriad of challenges stemming from social and economic inequalities, and initiatives such as DIAR awards are of central importance. And that is why as KPC we remain committed to ensure we create an environment where everyone gets an equal opportunity to succeed.

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Being recognized for the fourth time intimates that we are right on course on matters inclusion and diversity which remain core to our business operations and principles” Mr. Sang added.

“We aim to continue setting the stage for national conversation about diversity and inclusion whilst inspiring action on inclusion of PWDs. Through our actions we hope to inspire a sense of patriotism and appreciation of cultural and ethnic diversity that will foster lasting peace and cohesion among Kenyans.

Through our platform, we hope to encourage and stir conversations on the need for gender equality and raise the profile for those who are leading the way in championing the agenda on diversity, inclusion and advocating for the rights of all,” said Daima Trust Chief Marketing Officer James Maina.

KPC Foundation, through its flagship initiative dubbed Inuka continues to bridge the gap in diversity and inclusion in the work environment and through positive impacts to communities across the 47 counties aimed at ensuring no one is left behind.


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