Delivering better value public infrastructure
CoST is a multi-stakeholder initiative with participating countries spanning four continents. CoST promotes transparency by disclosing data from public infrastructure investment, helping to inform and empower citizens, enabling them to hold decision-makers to account.
With a track record of saving money, delivering legal and institutional reforms and building the capacity of stakeholders, the initiative is ideally placed to drive future efforts on increasing transparency, accountability and cost-effectiveness in the delivery of public infrastructure. More details …
During the training, the Arua District Integrity Promotion Forum members explained the challenges limiting infrastructure transparency and monitoring as follows: The district is affected by budget constraints for monitoring but advised to combine departmental monitoring for the DIPF until the new circular for budgeting is
At the centenary celebrations held in 2011, the old students of the Busoga College, Mwiri school asked President Yoweri Museveni, who had presided over as the chief guest, to help pave the road, this presidential pledge was realized in July 2018 and the work should
A recent study carried out by CoST, the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative, Multi-Stakeholder Group initiative, has revealed that Ugandans are increasingly getting concerned with the inadequate consultations especially on centrally planned public infrastructure projects, public works disrupting businesses and in some cases leading to loss of