CoST Uganda releases national survey findings

CoST Uganda releases national survey findings

As part the global efforts to promote transparency and accountability in the infrastructure sector, CoST – the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative undertakes studies to inform its advocacy work in the infrastructure sector. CoST Uganda commissioned this study in October 2018. The study aimed to identify key

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CoST Uganda commissions third Assurance Process on 14 national projects

CoST Uganda commissions third Assurance Process on 14 national projects

The existing relationship between CoST and the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA) has made it possible for CoST to access 14 projects to undergo the 3rd assurance process as this was one of the recommendations that were made in the 2nd

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Infrastructure Transparency goes to the youth

Infrastructure Transparency goes to the youth

The CoST social accountability approach has become an eye opener for most stakeholders including the youth in higher institutions of learning. This was depicted from the recent training carried out at Kyambogo University in Kampala to engage the youth in transparency efforts through training on

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