PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NO. URF/SUPLS/18-19/00007 1. The Uganda Road Fund has allocated funds to be used for the acquisition of 4 Double Cabin Pick Up Vehicles. 2. The Entity invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the supply of Four (4) Double Cabin Pick Up Vehicles. 3. Bidding will be conducted in accordance with the open...
Proper road maintenance contributes to reliable transport. This is because; there is a direct link between road condition and transport fares. But a badly maintained road can also mean high safety hazards to users. The state of Uganda’s roads is improving although at a low pace. The poor quality roads and relatively weak transport infrastructure...
Plans for Financial Year 2018/19 The Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development (MoFPED) increased the road maintenance budget from Shs 417bn to Shs 527bn this financial year, 2018/19. The increment is 29% over the Financial Year 2017/18 funding levels. The UNRA still emerges as the biggest recipient of road maintenance funds at Shs 312.5bn...
The Uganda Road Fund is honored to be part of the Rotary Cancer Run 2018. As a Bronze sponsor, the Fund wishes to extend its sincere appreciation to the organizers of this noble event as a tool for raising funds for the Cancer Machine Bunker. The Road Fund is privileged to handover UGX 5m (Five...
The Uganda Road Fund has contributed Shs 1.797 trillion to Uganda National Roads Authority throughout the former’s nine years of existence. Rahim Shakila, the public relations officer. She said the amount given in financial year 2009/2010 was Shs 71.54bn, and in the subsequent years, respectively, the figures were Shs 177.99bn, Shs 167.87bn, Shs 138.77, Shs 254.44,...
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