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A call to Action on private sector

A call to Action on Transparency and accountability, fair business practices in the delivery of public infrastructure ...

Good practices for integrity in public

CoST Uganda in partnership with Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA) organized and conducted a ...

Announcing the 1st Infrastructure

Today 17th June 2021, CoST Uganda is pleased to commission its first Infrastructure Transparency Index (ITI). The Index ...

Business integrity changes the narrative

Engaging on integrity in public infrastructure procurement can be challenging, but, with the right stakeholders, approach, ...

Levelling the playing field: How CoST

Back in December 2019, CoST Uganda was awarded funding through the UK Government’s Business Integrity Initiative ) ...

More bidders, a level playing field

With the implementation of the Fair Business Practices action, more businesses are engaging in infrastructure procurement ...

Public policy engagements, enhancing

As the country grappled with managing the effects of COVID-19, there were unanswered questions relating to infrastructure ...

CoST Annual Report 2020: Delivering impact

Credits to CoST International Secretariat. Last year was one in which the flexibility of the CoST approach was put to the ...

Bridging infrastructure reporting gap in

The Business Integrity Initiative has led to a growing focus on the way in which the media reports on issues of fair ...

Increased disclosure deepens transparency;

There has been progressive improvement in the level of disclosure for project and contract information on public ...

A slow progress on Local content

CoST Uganda published its 4th Assurance Report titled Ray of Sunshine, A Report of the 4th Assurance Process in Uganda on, ...

CoST Uganda invests in public policy

As the country grappled with managing the effects of COVID-19, there were unanswered questions relating to infrastructure ...

Implication of the silent issues in the

Transparency, accountability, stakeholder engagement and compliance with Environmental, Social, Health and Safety ...

Why are women missing in infrastructure

Opinion published on Thursday March 25 2021 by the Daily Monitor In a bid to promote women’s participation in ...

CoST Uganda’s 4th Assurance Report, reveals

CoST Uganda published its 4th Assurance Report titled Ray of Sunshine, A Report of the 4th Assurance Process in Uganda on, ...

Reforms realized and those under action by

The project aimed at strengthening transparency in procurement processes for infrastructure projects, through influencing ...

CoST Uganda influencing reforms in public

CoST Uganda submitted 20 concerns to Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and PPDA following an ...

The Business Integrity Initiative in,

With financial support from the UKs Business Integrity Initiative, we have been implementing an action to “Promote ...

Shocking, Local Content Provisions are a

Credits to Samuel Nabwiso, Journalist and Olive Kabatwairwe – CoST Uganda Uganda passed the policy which requires 30% ...

4th Assurance Report in the Media!

The 4th Assurance Process conducted in 2020, in the middle of the Global pandemic, COVID-19, attracted media attention ...

CoST Uganda launches the 4th Assurance

CoST Uganda published its 4th Assurance Report titled Ray of Sunshine, A Report of the 4th Assurance Process in Uganda on, ...

Citizens around Busoga College Mwiri

The Busoga College, Mwiri is 109 years, unfortunately, the road to the school had never been upgraded until the Prime ...

Be just and fair in infrastructure;

Transparency and performance of infrastructure procurement processes in Uganda have been associated with integrity issues ...

CoST partners with the PPDA Uganda to

On 26th November 2020, at the 12th Public Procurement Forum, CoST – the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative Uganda ...

PPDA revises guidelines for Local’

Following the learning and reflection meeting conducted on 13th August 2020, stakeholders expressed concern that Local ...

Fair Business Practices in Uganda, Project

Our intervention story July – September 2020 Discussions on Fair Business Practices in Uganda project performance ...

Will disclosure for the Water sector

Opening statement; Government officials commit to using e-procurement as a key tool to enhance transparency in ...

Contractors and Consulting Engineers call

CoST Uganda in partnership with PPDA, organized a policy awareness webinar to provide a platform for the private sector to ...

Fair Business Practices: CoST Uganda’

Extract from the Interview! In general we have observed an increase in the number of infrastructure project being. ...

Multiplex loses 160M Uganda shillings out

A Community Baraza conducted by CoST Uganda in partnership with Ministry of Works and Transport (MoWT) on 12th September ...

Most Transparent MDAs and Local Governments

Government committed to scale up the CoST Uganda’s Infrastructure Transparency awards to recognize the most ...

Access to water for production saves Mabira

Citizens around Mabira Dam and Nyamihanga celebrate their increased yields and livelihoods resulting from the increased ...

Go to investigate with an open mind;

CoST Uganda in partnership with DFID under the project Business Integrity Initiative (BII) conducted a media interface on ...

Government commits to the Fair Business

The government of Uganda through PPDA committed to increasing Infrastructure Procurement Transparency through putting in ...

Climate Change versus Infrastructure in

  Keywords: I Climate Change I Resistant Infrastructure I Research I Planning Whereas the country is grappling with ...

Government MDAs urged to disclose public

Keywords: Infrastructure I Transparency I Information Government Ministries, Agencies, and Departments have been urged to ...

Beyond Transparency, the CoST Uganda’s

To date, the Government of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President’s office has contacted CoST International ...

30 Days after the Launch of the 3rd

CoST Uganda launched its 3rd Assurance Report on 22nd January 2020, at the Golf Course Hotel, in Kampala. The event was ...

CoST Uganda’s Electronic

Publishing standardized open data reduces barriers to data use and encourages the development of reusable tools and ...

The Utopia we want in Uganda!

Our imagination of future buildings As a Ugandan, think for a moment about what the future will look like 200 years from. ...

The Minister of Works and Transport commits

The Minister of Works and Transport, Gen. Edward Katumba Wamala committed to introducing CoST Uganda to the Office of the ...

What next after CoST Uganda’s 3rd Assurance

We would like to extend our appreciation to those who made it to the National Baraza where we launched the 3rd Assurance ...

Press Release, 3rd Assurance Findings and

The CoST Uganda effect? 3rd Assurance Report calls for Government’s action to enhance Infrastructure Transparency; ...

CoST Uganda Announces DFID Support for Fair

CoST Uganda Chapter is delighted to announce support of DFID’s Business Integrity Initiative for a project, &ldquo ...

More districts increase budget for

During the training, the Arua District Integrity Promotion Forum members explained the challenges limiting infrastructure ...