In addition to ongoing inland maritime corridor development across the Nile Basin, a new project aims to advance the waterway from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean Sea.
Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi are putting measures in place to allow more commercial power trading.
The Niles Talk:
Elzahraa Jadallah spoke with Grania Rubomboras, Programme Officer at the Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Programme Coordination Unit (NELSAP CU), about her work to light up the region.
Rwanda plans on bidding farewell to the developing world by boosting its energy access.
Two Nile Basin countries are among the world’s most populous energy deficit nations – but as East African countries continue to trade power, that could soon be a statistic of the past.
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