Africa: Electrifying Africa - but At What Cost to Africans?

September 18, 2013   // 0 Comments

By Emira Woods, Janet Redman and Elizabeth Bast    As children throughout the United States head back to school, it's a good time to remember that schoolchildren throughout Africa often attend schools with no electricity. In areas that do have the utility, frequent power outages are a constant reminder of the need for dependable access to electricity. In June, U.S. policymakers announced two i...

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