Shivani Haria

Shivani is a former Country Economist in Zambia. She holds an MSc in Economics from University College London and a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. Before joining the IGC, Shivani was an Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellow in Malawi at the Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development. As an ODI Fellow she conducted macroeconomic forecasts, organised business surveys and contributed to evidence-based policy analysis.


Content by Shivani Haria
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    Increasing tariffs to prevent another electricity crisis in Zambia

    Zambia’s state-owned power utility company, ZESCO, is consistently struggling to meet demand, plunging Zambia into one electricity crisis after another. The Government of Zambia’s acceptance of ZESCO’s application to increase tariffs is a step in the right direction. Access to reliable power remains a problem across sub-Saharan Africa. The latest data from the World...

    30 Mar 2020 | Shivani Haria, Imaduddin Ahmed