The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa when completed, delivering 6,000MW. The cost and the potential impact of diverting the Blue Nile have created controversy in the region. The FT's east Africa correspondent Katrina Manson reports on the benefits of the project, and the challenges it faces
Produced and filmed by Katrina Manson. Edited by Gregory Bobillot. Library: Getty
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