The great majority of people without access to modern energy services are rural and, rightly, much of the discussion on energy access focuses on how to reach them. However, despite their greater geographical proximity to grid electricity and other supplies of clean energy, people living in poverty in urban areas also lack energy access. The World Bankâs own trials of the Global Tracking Framework demonstrated this for Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Key elements for the analysis of electricity access in Sub Saharan Africa, review of rate of adoption at planning stages and relation to MDG fulfillment in two reference countries: Ghana and Mozambique
Learn how to build an A frame. This is a 3-legged structure used to aid in the construction of flat or graded contours e.g. making sure ground is sufficienlty contured for water drainage if constructing a new building.