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
Ugandans are concerned with the inadequate consultations especially on centrally planned public infrastructure projects; public works disrupting businesses and in some cases leading to loss of lives and destruction of property that is in often cases not compensated for; poor garbage management, inadequate disclosure on
CoST Bridging the infrastructure transparency gap in Uganda, publication in the Ministry of Works and Transport 2018 Sector Handbook
Minister of Works and Transport 26th July 2017 CoST event to launch the Scoping Study and validate findings from the 1st Assurance Report.
ADDRESSING GAPS IDENTIFIED DURING THE L.G PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTBY THE OPM (1)
CoST Uganda Infrastructure Monitoring Tool IMT CoST Uganda Multi-Stakeholder Group is privileged to present to the nation an infrastructure transparency monitoring pathway abridged from the CoST Infrastructure Data Standard. The development of this tool has been an all-inclusive process; various stakeholders from government, private
TORs for Citizens Survey on Infrastructure Transparency – CoST Uganda Re-advertised
Consultancy to conduct a survey on citizens’ needs on infrastructure transparency and collect feedback from the Scoping Study deadline for expressions of interest is 24th May 2018 at 5:00pm EAT.
This is the Full report on the CoST Uganda Scoping Study conducted in 2017
Uganda is one of the countries that embraced CoST – an Infrastructure Transparency Initiative and has since 2014 been implementing activities to promote the same. In order to better understand the context in which CoST can advance transparency and accountability mechanisms in Uganda, the MSG