• Disclosure & Assurance Process

    Disclosure & Assurance Process

    Training on CoST Disclosure and Assurance processes

  • Training on Assurance

    Training on Assurance

    Members who attended the training on the Assurance Process at Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala

  • Dangerous items in tool boxes

    Dangerous items in tool boxes

  • A team of CoST staff and MSG strategise for the future

    A team of CoST staff and MSG strategise for the future

  • CoST goes to Mwiri

    CoST goes to Mwiri

  • Dissemination of Assurance findings

    Dissemination of Assurance findings

    Eng. Samuel Mwesigwa sharing the changes made on the project from Assurance findings in Wakiso.

  • International Board Chair visit 2017

    International Board Chair visit 2017

    CoST International Board Chair, Head of Programmes and MSG at a Baraza on Assurance

  • Community Baraza on Assurance findings

    Community Baraza on Assurance findings

    Baraza on Assurance findings – Namasuba Ndejje – Kitiko Road in Wakiso district

  • Dissemination of Assurance Findings

    Dissemination of Assurance Findings

    CoST Uganda MSG and International Board Chair on a site appreciation of works on Namasuba Ndejje Kitiko Road, Wakiso DLG.

 

Welcome to CoST Uganda

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 …

Latest News

CoST Uganda takes Infrastructure Transparency to Parliament!

CoST Uganda takes Infrastructure Transparency to Parliament!

On November 14, 2019 | News

On 14th November 2019, the CoST Uganda Multi-Stakeholder Group members were pleased to appear before the Physical Infrastructure Committee of Parliament to establish a formal relationship with the committee; share CoST Uganda findings and policy recommendations from the 2nd Assurance Report, and the recent survey

Should governments “commission” incomplete projects?

Should governments “commission” incomplete projects?

On August 19, 2019 | News , Uncategorized

Should projects be “commissioned” so that the “Powers that be” should unveil to the public, take snapshots; enjoy the lighting, rides and etcetera on “risky incomplete infrastructure” There is not much scholarly or practical literature regarding this topic. In this article, I take the bother

More districts increase budget for Infrastructure Monitoring

More districts increase budget for Infrastructure Monitoring

On August 8, 2019 | News

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