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CostUg 16h
It is encouraging to know that this report is based on 8 government agencies. This is an indicator of readiness by government to transparency says Gently Katemba Wamala through a report read by Under Secretary Madam Josephine Onya.
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CostUg 16h
A token of appreciation from to our champion
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RTIRN Nov 15
. Workshop on Continental Transport Policy, the African Road Safety Action Plan (2011-2020) and Air Transport Instruments Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA 19th – 23rd November 2018 Participating
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CostUg 16h
I am well pleased to know that disclosure increased from 33% in 2017 to 63% in 2018. This is a 29% improvement thanks to entities like Says state minister in a report read by the under secretary
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JONAM'S PRINCESS👑👑 Nov 15
At Elegu the traders here tell us that business changed ever since the war started in SouthSudan.The money value also reduced whereby In 2015 the 100 note of Sudan was once 70,000UGX but it’s now at 1400UGX however they believe things will change coz of the OSBP
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David Ward Nov 15
It really is high time that cut out the lame excuses & stop producing badly engineered and misleadingly marketed zero star cars like the so called ‘Hardbody’ NP300 with ‘Safety Shield’. Who are you kidding?
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David Ward Nov 15
Great to be with good friends at the 1st African Road Safety Forum in Marrakesh: Veronique de Feypell , , & Lotte Brondum .
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David Ward Nov 15
Great discussion on vehicle safety issues at 1st African Road Safety Forum with Road Safety Directors of Kenya, Nigeria & Tunisia & SGS. Pleased to show results of results & warn against export of zero star cars like NP300.
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Usual Suspect 🎩 Nov 14
Currently at the South Sudan border to witness the handover of the to constructed with funding from through
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Countrygal Nov 14
Minister for trade officially opens the Elegu OSBP, Ugandan side. The is funded by with funding from
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Uganda Media Centre Nov 14
HAPPENING: Site handover of the from the contractor M/s Architect Consults(U) Ltd is ongoing in Elegu. This project is under & funded by . The South Sudan part is still under construction because of insecurity.
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Uganda Media Centre Nov 15
. inspecting the newly constructed . It contains the freight building include Immigration Offices, Customs Department, Light Vehicle Inspection Shade,,, OSBP Post,Bank,Resting Rooms, Board Room etc.
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Uganda Media Centre Nov 15
.: This one of a kind OSBP with a boundary wall with a chain link & external works including parking, roads & drive ways plus soft landscaping.
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Etienne Krug Nov 13
Happening now: Head of Moroccan government opens 1st African Road Safety Forum. Encouraging to see most ministers of transport in attendance. Next time, Ministers of Health should join! Time for more action on in Africa
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UNRA_UGANDA Nov 13
📸Foot bridge structures designed along the Kampala-Northern Bypass project to offer a safe passage to pedestrians🚶‍♂️🚶‍♀️ Pedestrians will not interfere with vehicular traffic along the main carriageway/road.
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Etienne Krug Nov 12
Save the date: on Friday 7 December will release the Global Status Report on Road Safety 2018. Supported by these reports are the monitoring tool for SDG3.6 and the UN Decade of Action for
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David Ward Nov 13
Will be presenting on results of first ever independent crash tests at African Forum in Marrakesh this week. Will be calling for strong action by governments and manufacturers to eliminate production & sale of unsafe .
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Muhereza Kyamutetera Nov 12
British High Commissioner to UG🇺🇬, H.E Peter West shows visiting 🇪🇺 envoys progress on Hoima Int Airport. UK's export credit agency is financing 85% of the €264m project while 15% is financed by with a guarantee from UK Gov't.
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Muhereza Kyamutetera Nov 12
Did U know the Hoima Airport loan (€264m) is 's largest ever loan to an African gov't? A la Amb. Peter West, is eyeing another £500mn in infrastructure funding in 2019 as well as £2.5bn in oil infrastructure in the coming years.
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Muhereza Kyamutetera Nov 12
Replying to @UKinUganda @EUinUG
Works on Hoima Int. Airport started April 2018. Completion & handover due April 2022- a total of 48 months. HIGHLIGHTS: ⭐️7.500,000 m3 of Earthworks ⭐️90,000 m3 of Concrete ⭐️240,000 tons of ashpalt
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