By Our Reporter

30th Jan 2019


Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) will apply for extension of the second Kampala Institutional and Infrastructure Development Project (KIIDP 2) deadline.

The five year World Bank funded project started in May 2015 and was expected to be accomplished in May 2020.

However, KCCA is in the process of upgrading the last cohort of roads under the project and they include Acacia Avenue, Ntinda-Nakawa, Kulambiro, Lukuli & Kabusu-Bunamwaya-Lweza.

KCCA Acting Executive Director, Eng. Andrew Kitaka said that they will apply for extension of the project deadline after having a pool of more than 40 roads lined up for upgrading.

KIIDP II, which is worth US$183.7 million, has two components with the first focusing on widening, upgrading and constructing city roads, junctions, drainage and associated infrastructure.

The second component is the institutional and systems development support, which aims to strengthen the capacity of KCCA to deliver on its mandate.

Thursday 31st January 2019 06:59:38 AM