Bad African power grids threaten ICT programs

10/22/2009 | Industry Standard, The

Despite the enthusiasm for projects such as the New Partnership for Africa's Development, which would furnish African schools with computers, the lack of progress made to reforming the region's electric grid has halted progress on some development projects. Zambia, South Africa, Malawi and Namibia are among the nations facing power shortages that threaten the success of information and communication technology development programs.

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