Female voice talent from Uganda.
15+ years of experience as a newscaster, anchor and a journalist.
Young Adult (18-35)
East African (General)
Kenyan (East Africa)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
In Uganda, a counter of over 40 million people, only 41% of its population has access to electricity. The government of Uganda aims to achieve universal energy access by 2030, but currently only 1/4 of the population is connected to the power grid. This means that Uganda would likely have to connect over 40 million customers to achieve universal access. If great extension is the sole method of service provision that required investment would likely be in the range of $13 billion $1,300 us dollars per connection. Nearly half of Uganda's current annual GDP there is a cheaper and faster way. A coalition of energy sector leaders are creating the utility of the future by integrating the public and private sectors and centralized and decentralized solutions to provide affordable, reliable and clean, powerful role. Through that work, a pilot project, the partners aim to achieve faster connections, drive demand stimulation so that more customers productively use their electricity and improve great reliability and stability and improve great reliability and stability, thereby reducing great losses. This project has helped business owners to earn more from their investments, Juliet never eaten. See one of the many project beneficiaries is now earning more from her house renters. One of the project partners in Agro is providing a plans financing for fridges, saloon and restaurant equipment from the electricity connections. The initiative was killed, can make a serious contribution to achieving universal energy access despite the access to save and enough water for everyone being among the 17 sustainable development goals of 2030 put into force by the United Nations in 2016, this is still a problem, especially in desert states and carter corridors due to climate change. Sunita Narayan, the director of the Center for Science and Environment India, qualified a statement in the recently held Global South media briefing on desertification for indian and African Journalists held in New Delhi India, flash floods, among other water related calamities with special in urban centers are a problem in Uganda and Africa at large, the government of Uganda puts the blame to greater extent on the citizens kind of life.