Giacomo Falchetta Emanuele Frixa

Access to Energy, Migrations and Conflicts in Sub Saharan Africa

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Imagine life with no electricity. It’s not easy. No refrigerators, computers, machines of all kinds, light bulbs, etc. Farmers cannot pump water and irrigate their fields, their first source of livelihood. Drugs cannot be stored at a controlled temperature, there is no air circulation and dehumidification at home and at work during hot summer days. No reading a book after dark.


  • Africa
  • Energy Access


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