PRESIDENT EL-SISI INSPECTS ROAD CONSTRUCTION THAT WILL SUPPORT ONGOING GIANT NATIONAL PROJECTS

PRESIDENT EL-SISI INSPECTS ROAD CONSTRUCTION THAT WILL SUPPORT ONGOING GIANT NATIONAL PROJECTS

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi inspects the development projects of the network of axes and roads of the North Coast as well as the southern sector. These roads will accommodate the traffic movement and commercial traffic that are projected to increase as a result of the ongoing giant national projects in

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THWAKE MULTI-PURPOSE DAM PROJECT, KENYA

THWAKE MULTI-PURPOSE DAM PROJECT, KENYA

Thwake Multipurpose Dam is a project under the Tanathi Water Services Board (TAWSB) and entails harnessing of the fluctuating flows of the Athi River and the seasonal water from Thwake River. The dam will provide water supply for domestic, livestock, irrigation, hydropower and even industrial activities in the beneficiary districts.

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GOOD INFRASTRUCTURE KEY FOR KENYA’S PROGRESS, PRESIDENT KENYATTA REITERATES

GOOD INFRASTRUCTURE KEY FOR KENYA’S PROGRESS, PRESIDENT KENYATTA REITERATES

THWAKE, Makueni County, 9th July 2021 (PSCU)—President Uhuru Kenyatta reiterated the importance of good infrastructure in development saying the ongoing roads, water and electricity projects will help spur the country’s economy.

With good infrastructure, the President said Kenyans will be able to run their businesses, generate wealth and create employment

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LAKE TANGANYIKA – THE WORLD’S SECOND-DEEPEST LAKE TRIGGERS ENGINEERING CHALLENGE IN BURUNDI

LAKE TANGANYIKA  – THE WORLD’S SECOND-DEEPEST LAKE TRIGGERS ENGINEERING CHALLENGE IN BURUNDI

‘What are we going to do if the water does not stop rising?’ That question has been on everyone’s mind: Homeowners, building contractors and construction workers, farmers, market vendors, schoolchildren, commuters, and of course, development and humanitarian workers.

During the past two years persistent heavy rain, followed by floods, landslides,

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GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY FOR MULTI-BILLION PHARMACEUTICAL FACILITY IN UGANDA

GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY FOR MULTI-BILLION PHARMACEUTICAL FACILITY IN UGANDA

President Kaguta Museveni of Uganda and Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto at the groundbreaking ceremony of Dei BioPharma Ltd, a multibillion pharmaceutical drugs and mRNA vaccine manufacturing facility in Matugga, Wakiso, Uganda. The facility is to focus on applying biotechnology to solve the health challenges of humanity through creation of

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#9 STRATEGIES DEPLOYED IN RESOLVING WATER SHORTAGES IN ALGERIA

#9 STRATEGIES DEPLOYED IN RESOLVING WATER SHORTAGES IN ALGERIA

Algeria today, like the countries of the Mediterranean, is experiencing a water deficit caused by climatic changes that have greatly affected the natural cycles of precipitation. This has caused a shortage of rain, which has led to a significant decline in the water level of dams across the country, especially

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EXPANSION OF THE AMBATOLAMPY POWER PLANT, THE LARGEST SOLAR POWER PRODUCTION IN MADAGASCAR

EXPANSION OF THE AMBATOLAMPY POWER PLANT, THE LARGEST SOLAR POWER PRODUCTION IN MADAGASCAR

As part of the promotion of renewable energy and following phase 1’s success, JIRAMA and Green Yellow Madagascar have agreed to further expand the Ambatolampy power plant in order to increase its capacity from 20 to 40MWp as well as providing for a 5MWh of battery.

The JIRAMA states that

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HYBRID ENERGY: THE ROAD TO CARBON NEUTRALITY

HYBRID ENERGY: THE ROAD TO CARBON NEUTRALITY

By John Lewis, Managing Director, Aggreko Africa  

The global population has been growing at a staggering rate. Improvements in healthcare have extended the human lifespan and reduced infant mortality which means more people, living longer. This population weight is drawing ever more heavily on power – energy consumption is increasing

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WORLD BANK APPROVES $150 MILLION TO IMPROVE INCOMES AND BUILD RESILIENCE IN NORTHERN MOZAMBIQUE

WORLD BANK APPROVES $150 MILLION TO IMPROVE INCOMES AND BUILD RESILIENCE IN NORTHERN MOZAMBIQUE

WASHINGTON, June 18, 2021 —In order to improve incomes and build social and economic resilience of local communities in selected rural areas of Northern Mozambique, the World Bank approved today a $150 million credit from the International Development Association (IDA)* in support of the Government of Mozambique’s Northern Mozambique Rural

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NAMIBIA SEEKS INVESTORS FOR $29 MILLION SOLAR POWER PLANT

NAMIBIA SEEKS INVESTORS FOR $29 MILLION SOLAR POWER PLANT

Namibia is seeking developers to build a 25 megawatt solar-power facility that will help solve electricity shortages and achieve its target of renewable energy sources.

This project will source energy for its capital, Windhoek through a public-private partnership that will include construction, financing and operation of the facility. Billed at

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AUSTRALIA’S RICHEST MAN PLANS TO BUILD THE LARGEST HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT IN AFRICA

AUSTRALIA’S RICHEST MAN PLANS TO BUILD THE LARGEST HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT IN AFRICA

Australian mining giant Fortescue confirmed Tuesday that it was in negotiations to develop what would be the world’s largest hydroelectric project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The business giant Andrew Forrest’s group said it was in the running to build the Grand Inga hydroelectric mega-dam on the Congo River.

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TANZANIA RECEIVES € 130 MILLION LOAN FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOLAR POWER PLANTS

TANZANIA RECEIVES € 130 MILLION LOAN FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOLAR POWER PLANTS

DAR ES SALAAM, June 11 (Xinhua) — The government of Tanzania on Friday signed a concessional loan agreement worth 130 million euros (about 157 million U.S. dollars) with the French Development Agency (AFD) to finance a 150-megawatt solar project.

The agreement was signed in the capital Dodoma between the permanent

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ARISE IIP DELIVERS TOGO’S FIRST INDUSTRIAL PLATFORM, PIA

ARISE IIP DELIVERS TOGO’S FIRST INDUSTRIAL PLATFORM, PIA

Togolese President, Faure Gnassingbé, inaugurates the country’s first industrial platform, PIA. The ceremony took place less than a year after construction work started. 

Developed over nearly 400 hectares, in Adetikopé (15 km north of Lomé), the platform materializes a new development vision: “to produce more locally, and be more

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