No Cheap Power Yet As Ethiopian Dam Project Hits Snag

Although Ethiopia has marketed the dam as the most successful homegrown infrastructure project in the region, largely because it is being funded from local resources, a critical assessment by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has lifted the lid on the challenges facing the project and cast doubt over its completion, writes Njiraini Muchira for The East African.

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam or GERD.

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