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08:17
08:17

Gov't, World Bank Applauds Kasese Leaders, Contractors on USMID Road Works 6 3

Stephen John Ajalu, Senior Urban Specialist from the World Bank told URN that if there was no timely monitoring and supervision from the local leaders on the ground shoddy work could have manifested like is the case in some other places they have visited.
08:55
08:55

Dilapidated City Roads Frustrate Business in Jinja financial year 2 1

In explanation for the city's worrying road status, the Jinja city spokesperson, Rajab Kiito says that the city lacks funds to address the challenge of poor roads, but they have planned to refurbish 3.5 kilometers of roads, at a cost of 16.5 billion Shillings this financial year, through funding from the USMID project.
11:59
11:59

Jinja City Leaders Want Additional Funding for USMID Projects development project 2 1

The City has over the past four phases received 42 Billion Shillings to rehabilitate roads within the central business district. However, leaders argue that the funds are inefficient to construct more roads in the city.
18:20
18:20

Lugazi Residents Decry USMID Delays as Road Network Wanes Lugazi Municipality 4 1

Lugazi is one of the eight municipalities which were selected to benefit from the additional funding for the implementation of the second phase of the World Bank-supported project. The others are Kitgum, Kamuli, Mubende, Kasese, Busia, Ntungamo and Apac.
14:58
14:58

Coronavirus Outbreak Slows Down USMID Project implementation in Kitgum World Bank 2 1

But officials at Kitgum Municipal Council say that the timeframe for procuring a contractor for the actual implementation of the project in June this year could be dragged behind schedule as a result of measures taken to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
19:03
19:03

Apac Municipality Receives UGX 487M under USMID 2

According to Ogwang, the money will be used to furnish the office, finance the physical planning and urban system development, specialised technical plan and equipment, assess comparative advantages of localities and development of investment profiles. However, the Municipality is expected to receive an overall total of 34 billion shillings under the 3 years project that will end in the Financial Year 2021/2022
14:19
14:19

Allocation of Lockups Divides Fort Portal Muncipality Leaders USMID 2 1

The lockups were part of the 13 billion shillings project that was funded under the Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development – USMID.
10:46
10:46

Fort Portal Mayor Protests Blocking of World Bank Funding technical personnel 3 1

Last year, a private firm, KPMG released a report on the performance of the municipalities. However, during the assessment, it was discovered that Fort Portal lacked a substantive engineer, and was instead using the services of Kabarole District Engineer, Steven Wakatama.
17:34
17:34

Construction of UGX 64 Million Public Toilet Starts in Fort Portal Herbert Mugisa 2 1 Top story

Currently, the municipality lacks a public toilet, which forces visitors to use private washrooms.
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