The methanisation process

With the collaboration of Dr Jean Marc Ndombo For the methanisation process, According to the World Bank, 69 % of waste in Sub-Saharan Africa is dumped, and often burnt, openly. Furthermore an estimate of 24 % of waste is landfilled and only 7% is currently recycled or recovered for energy production (Figure 7) [6]. Hence, …

The innovations that are sweeping across the African continent, from the M-Pesa, a mobile banking service invented in Kenya to the Square Kilometer Array, a powerful radio telescope present in South Africa tend to prove that it is entirely possible to industrialize Africa by innovating. Relying on or replicating the pattern applied by Asia or …

Not too long ago iPhone was praised as the technologically superior device, and it wasn’t uncommon for people to say that the only reason someone would get an android was because of the price differences between some android Phone models and iPhones. Today the gaps between android devices and iPhones have all but vanished. The …

With more than 1 billion inhabitants, the industrialization of African states is still struggling to prevail. Indeed, the African continent only contributes 1.1% in terms of manufacturing production at the international level. In addition, it is essentially based on a limited group of countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and South Africa). Africa’s growth is mainly due …

For industrialization in Africa, the great structural and economic changes that the world has known in recent centuries have this point in common: a technological revolution transcribed by process changes and by the search for automation of these. Growing demand and changing lifestyles have always demanded that domestic production respond, at the risk of insidious …

On November 20, the international community celebrated “The day devoted to the development of industrialization in Africa”, an annual ritual which aims to mobilize both African leaders and international organizations to advocate for accelerated, sustainable industrialization. and inclusive of Africa. But where does this celebration come from and what are the implications? A FORMAL ORIGIN …

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