New York Times Examines Obama’s ‘Power Africa’ Project, As President Prepares To Visit Continent

New York Times: Obama’s ‘Power Africa’ Project Is Off to a Sputtering Start
“…Power Africa, a $7 billion project coordinated by the United States Agency for International Development that is one of President Obama’s signature policies for Africa, is supposed to help [improve Africa’s electricity grid], with a goal of doubling electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa over the next five years. … Two years [after its launch], as Mr. Obama prepares to visit Africa again, … [i]t has yet to deliver any electricity…” (Nixon, 7/21).

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