African nations emphasized the need for fair representation in international financial institutions and urged action on climate change, hunger, poverty, and debt at the recent United Nations General Assembly. Libya's recent floods exposed the country's economic vulnerabilities, including high unemployment, overreliance on oil, and political instability. However, there are signs of recovery in the oil sector and international interest in investment. Cameroon celebrated the launch of two solar power facilities in Guider and Maroua, providing a combined capacity of 30 MW and improving access to electricity in the northern regions of the country.
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