Ghana was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence from the UK in 1957. Gold, cocoa and oil are the sectors that fuel its economic growth. Future goal: energy independence.
A giant deepwater floating liquefaction plant will change the face of Mozambique.
How much security can turning on a light bulb provide? The story of energy in the Congo continues.
Provide education, make fashionable clothes, turn boats into ambulances. What change does a new energy bring?
Jeanne Donkoh is the founder of chocolate factory: Bioko. In her laboratory in Accra, she develops new flavors to satisfy the palate of Ghanaians.
Ghana is aiming to diversify its economy and wants to invest the proceeds from oil & gas to provide increasing amounts of financing for education and agriculture. Interview with the Director of the Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP), Benjamin Boakye.
We are helping transform everyday life in local communities in southern Angola, by installing water, electric systems and promoting education, disease prevention and farming work with farmers’ clubs.
In February 2019 a chikungunya epidemic struck the Congo. An international team, including Eni and Italian National Institute of Health, intervened to analyse it and prevent further risks.
Water, Health, Education, Employment, Energy. How to make a difference in a sustainable way.
Mozambique is full of surprises, a country with a promising future in the energy sector. But for the growth of a Country, education is also a crucial driver.