As a means to reduce maximum poverty, Eritrea embraced that in order to do so the country had to focus on the isolation and lack of road links as substantial constraints to poverty alleviation. The government of Eritrea comprised an engineering plan consisting of a feasibility and environmental impact assessment to determine appropriate design and construction standards of roads and the upgrading road tracks, detailed engineering designs for the agreed civil works, a national bridge condition and structural.
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Solar microleasing company Solar Exchange has committed to being a key partner in providing solar power for several Western Cape Education Department schools. Protea Heights Academy will be the first school to receive the roll out. This is the eighth Sun Exchange...read more
World Bank $200 Million Electricity Package to fund off-grid access to electricity for 19 African countries
The World Bank’s latest approved project will fund the West African Development Bank and ECOWAS to extend off-grid access to electricity for 19 African countries. The Board of the World Bank Group has recently approved the Regional Off-Grid Electrification Project...read more