Stakeholder decision-making: Understanding Sierra Leone's energy sector

The Sierra Leone energy sector suffers from multiple problems of inadequate capacity and finance. Most of the population does not have access to electricity, and supply is often unreliable. At the same time the country has been trying to implement significant structural and economic reforms, aimed both at government policy objectives and more market-driven operation.

The focus of this paper is to achieve a better understanding of current decision-making processes and issues in terms of their impact on inception, planning, implementation and operation of projects.

Sierra Leone
S.A.Hirmer, H. George-Williams, J. Rhys, D. McNicholl, M. McCulloch