Over the last three financial years, Uganda’s cumulative capital expendi­ture has hit more than Shs6 trillion. However, a significant part of the country’s urban infrastructure re­mains in a sorry state with numerous potholes and gullies, poor drainage and dust. Eng. Andrew Naimanye, the acting executive director of the Uganda Road Fund told Prosper magazine’s Ralnher Ojon that...
Dr. Eng. Andrew Naimanye, ED, Uganda Road Fund flagged off the teams that will be conducting The 2021 Road User Satisfaction Survey on March 23, 2021. ‘It is very easy to come up and say that roads in Uganda are bad yet you are relying on a small perception of the entire network. If you...
For a Road user who has used Centenary Park lane road knows how handy it can be during rush hours. This road was in a dire state when Uganda Road Fund came in to finance its construction or upgrade owing to its importance especially the decongestion of the Garden city and Jinja road Airtel roundabout....
Happy Women’s day. We salute women in leadership. The International Women’s Day 2021 theme – “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world” is important to us. We believe that there is no success without an empowered woman. We commit to doing more to continue financing road maintenance because it is an...
Today we join the world on this World Engineering day to celebrate all engineers who have dedicated their lives to serve in the road sector. They are always innovating to make the world a better and safe place. They are the true heroes of road users. #UGroadFund #engineeringforAhealthPlanet #worldEngineeringDayug