£ 2.2 Million pounds needed to boost infrastructure transparency activities by CoST Uganda in the next five years!

November 16, 2021 11:06 am

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£ 2.2 Million pounds needed to boost infrastructure transparency activities by CoST Uganda in the next five years!

We are delighted to introduce the CoST Uganda 2021-2026 Business Plan amidst challenging times of a global pandemic. As new ways of doing business are emerging, we have embarked on a challenging yet worthwhile agenda to transform infrastructure transparency in Uganda guided by a sharp business plan 2021-2026 worth £ 2.2 million pounds. CoST Uganda invites stakeholders to support this plan, we will need 30% to boost our institutional sustainability to champion CoST work, 35% for transparency and assurance related activities, 20% for social accountability and 15% for multi-stakeholder working engagements.

The new Business Plan will specifically enable CoST Uganda consolidate our achievements and maintain our strategic imperative and relevance as a leading infrastructure transparency advocate in Uganda for the next five years. The business plan articulates the marketing plan, Results framework and financial projections. Our four priority strategic areas for the next five years will be; Transparency and Accountability, Multi-stakeholder working, Inclusive Social Accountability and Institutional Strengthening.

This Business Plan should be seen by current and potential new partners not as a fixed proposal, but as a statement of intent, an illustration of ambition and the basis for a strategic discussion about future collaboration. We are indebted to all out past partners, stakeholders and donors. Working together with our stakeholders, we are focused at meeting our strategic objectives for the next five years, further document change and impact, strengthen our interventions across the country, count and secure additional financial resources from a more diverse group of development partners. As you receive this Business Plan, we invite all stakeholders and partners to work with us in its implementation.

The Business Plan will be released officially on the 25th November 2021, at 11:00am via zoom.

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