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Electricity for All: Are we there yet?

One billion people—one-seventh of the world’s population and mostly poor—have no access to electricity. Of 51 low-access countries in the world 40 are in Sub-Saharan Africa., which means that 591 million people live without electricity today. At current pace of electrification and population growth, this will increase up to 935 million by the year 2030. Learn from the lessons of IEG’s evaluation of World Bank Groups work on access to electricity in the past 10 years.

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James Damian

- Oct 20, 2021
Great!

DR. YOGENDRA NATH

- Sep 18, 2021
Good.

jose luis

- Sep 3, 2021
BUENO

Mohammad Nadir

- Jun 3, 2021
Great idea!

MOHAMMAD

- Jan 25, 2021
Great!

Mariam

- Jan 14, 2021
Interesting

Anvar

- Mar 25, 2020
Interesting!

Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Dec 2, 2019
Electricity brings transformation

Yatin

- Apr 30, 2019
Nice

Monir

- Apr 10, 2019
Solar Energy is great to be adapted meanwhile better and low-cost batteries are required for the global benefit
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