Ethiopia on track to complete Grand Renaissance Dam by 2015-minister

From nazret.com Mon Nov 12 2012, 23:10:53

Ethiopia is building the largest hydroelectric dam in Africa on the Nile River known in Ethiopia as Abay River. Ethiopia contributes more than 80% of the water that flows to the Nile river Ethiopia on track to complete Grand Renaissance Dam by 2015-mi...

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