After a decade of brutal and bloody civil strife, Liberia is slowly crawling back to become a functioning state once again. But evidence of the wars are all over, in mind and in society. Ten years on, the power infrastructure that should provide electricity and normal living conditions are still far from achieving that. Without energy you cannot heal the sick or cool the medicine, without energy you cannot study and without knowledge ultimately, you can not rule a country.
Only 2% of all Liberians have access to a stable flow of energy, the rest will have to do with private generators and costly fuel oil. If they can afford it.