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Fair Business Practices: CoST Uganda’

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

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

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

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;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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!

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 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

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

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 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

More districts increase budget for

During the training, the Arua District Integrity Promotion Forum members explained the challenges limiting infrastructure ...
Should governments “commission” incomplete

Should governments “commission” incomplete

Should projects be “commissioned” so that the “Powers that be” should unveil to the public, take ...
CoST Uganda takes Infrastructure

CoST Uganda takes Infrastructure

On 14th November 2019, the CoST Uganda Multi-Stakeholder Group members were pleased to appear before the Physical ...