The Ethiopian Electric Utility has 12,083 employees, of which only 2,502 are women. If the utility expects to meet its goal of serving 7 million customers by 2025, they will need to recruit and retain the nation’s best talent, both male…
December 3 2017
Ethiopia is on its way to transition to a middle-income country. Access to adequate and reliable electricity will play a crucial role in its journey.
March 21 2018
A program to improve access to energy has expanded into Mali, Senegal, Ethiopia and Tanzania.
November 30 2010
Supported by ESMAP and a team of experts from across the World Bank, a new first-of-a-kind initiative is closing gender gaps and creating equitable institutions across Ethiopia’s energy sector.
August 28 2018
In the past decade, Ethiopia has become one of the world's fastest growing economies, with a 10.9 percent growth rate that represents twice the region's average growth rate of 5 percent. The Ethiopian government has made universal access…
July 2 2018