No. If all electricity (except perhaps lightning) disappeared from the world 99.9%+ of all people die. Civilization dies. Very nearly 100% of all machines die - even steam machines use electricity in the controls.
The only metals available (and our world depends on metals and oil) will be already in use, - all the easy ore is already mined and without heavy machinery we can't reach the hard to get stuff. No more oil (drill rigs require electricity, as do pumps, for controls if nothing else) so much of our chemical knowledge is now useless. Even re-use of things like steel will be impossible without the large use of energy we won't have.
Wychic makes good points, but how will she gather food without guns and/or plows? Both will wear out and are irreplaceable. No more arrowheads for arrows, no more steel knives. Wildiris indicates he has used 12V lighting, but that is electricity and gone. Batteries no longer work. Nearly everything with moving parts, everything providing light, heat or cooling dies. People just don't realize that electricity is used in everything we have.