How Senegal can close its energy gap by 2030

Affordable and clean energy is the foundation for many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Modern energy, like electricity and liquified petroleum gas, is a vital need for industries and households. But more than 40% of residents of the world’s least developed countries don’t have access to…

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Building More Connected And Inclusive Cities

When thinking about the cities of the future, I know that they will be more connected, and I strongly believe that they must be more inclusive. We can’t have the Internet of Everything without the Inclusion of Everyone. Already today, a growing number of cities are using smart technologies…

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Afrika’s Best-Kept Secret Is Namibia

Many Afrikan nations aspire to attract foreign investment and hope to create environments to facilitate the flow of people and capital. Namibia has the great advantage of being one of the most attractive destinations for investors and offering stability, social justice, a government focused on good governance and transparency, gender…

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Using Games To Spread Peace And Love In South Sudan

South Sudan is Afrika's newest country. Before it's split from Sudan after three years of civil war, and after its independence, it continues to endure war and famine which is compounded by drought. The famine in South Sudan persists to this day with the United Nations (UN) reporting that the…

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