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Ebola Rate Ebbs, Liberia Project OK

Published: December 16th, 2014

With Ebola infection rates dropping in Liberia, NRECA International has decided to move ahead with a major project in that African nation. “We do not operate in war zones and we are not first responders, but... Read more

International

Gift Idea from NRECA International

Published: December 12th, 2014

Looking for a meaningful holiday gift? Tribute cards available from the NRECA International Foundation let you honor your family members and friends by giving the gift of light to developing nations. The cards cost $15 each,... Read more

International

What’s Needed to Electrify Africa

Published: October 14th, 2014

In sub-Saharan Africa, rural electrification is an essential ingredient in economic growth. But its success depends on solid business practices, unwavering political will, community buy-in and other factors. That was the message delivered by Dan Waddle,... Read more

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Lower Costs, More Power in Tanzania

Published: October 6th, 2014

NRECA International is bringing to parts of Tanzania something most of us take for granted: electricity. And thanks to new low-cost design standards, far more people will be able to turn the lights on for the... Read more

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Ebola Crisis Impacts NRECA Intl.

Published: September 23rd, 2014

The Ebola epidemic gripping West Africa is having an impact at NRECA International, whose leader said it rivals anything he has seen in his decades of overseas work. “I was in Uganda during the Ebola outbreak... Read more

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Breslaw New Head of Int’l Foundation

Published: August 19th, 2014

Marc Breslaw has seen firsthand how electricity can transform people’s lives. “I have seen the effect of one light and what it can do for people,” Marc Breslaw said of the scene he witnessed in a... Read more

International, Legislative Conference

Ark. Lineman Saluted in U.S. Senate

Published: May 12th, 2014

North Arkansas Electric Cooperative lineman Paul Garrison wasn’t looking for any fancy words of praise for helping bring electricity to villagers in Guatemala, but he got some, on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Garrison was... Read more