Difficulties of access to energy in Madagascar, a catastrophic situation according to the Ministry of Energy. The island is struggling to cope with the challenge of electrification.
It is one of the poorest countries in terms of electric coverage. With only 15% of access to energy, Madagascar, which currently produces 417 megawatts of electricity aims to build in the next five years, at least 1,100 kilometers of lines to increase from 15 to 50%, the rate of access to energy. electrification of the country.
Africa: agriculture in the face of climate shocks
Challenge no less important for the majority of African countries, maintain sufficient agricultural production in the face of the adversity of global warming.
How to produce enough to feed a continent that is warming up? An increasingly urgent issue as Africa moves towards a generalized economic crisis today manifested by an increase in food prices.
Some states such as Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Morocco, and Zambia have put in place priority investment plans of $ 300-400 million each to prevent these risks of famine.