The Telegraph reports "Burying Africa's 'equipment graveyards'"

Four years ago a hospital in the heart of Blantyre, Malawi's commercial centre, bought five brand new machines to help keep tiny, premature babies warm and alive. 

The potentially life-saving devices – overhead heaters for sick newborns – each cost some £10,000. But within just one week of arriving at the hospital, electricity surges had ruined all five. Read more from this report on how NEST360 is addressing the problem of equipment graveyards.