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Striving to Efficiently Develop and Maintain a Safe and Sustainable National Road Network for the Economic Development of Uganda.
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UNRA_UGANDA 45m
Replying to @Natabaalo
Very near. Physical work on Phase 1 already commenced and Phase 2 is under procurement. So yes Grace, we mean very near future.
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UNRA_UGANDA 2h
🔦NEAR FUTURE: Proposed Phase 2 of the ⛩ project. The artistic impression is a view of the Centenary Park area from Wampewo Av. : Improving traffic flow within the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area. The project is under procurement for .
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We appreciate your feedback on ! Thank you for the alerts as well! Our team is always available to take action. Good day!
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UNRA_UGANDA 8h
Replying to @hillaryarinda
Good morning Hillary. Signage indicating "Humps Ahead" has been installed to guide motorists. In some areas, these have been damaged and vandalised. Please let us know of the areas where we need to take action.
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 17
Replying to @consult_limited
Thank you! We appreciate your feedback on .
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 17
Kyekyo!
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Allen C. Kagina Sep 16
Source of the Nile Bridge in Jinja lit tonight to commemorate WHO patient safety day. It will be lit tomorrow as well. Enjoy.
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Gaalya Micah Sep 16
Big thanks to Health Worker and thanks to and for delivering this iconic bridge
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WHO Uganda Sep 16
To commemorate , with support from the iconic bridge is lit in . Lighting up the bridge in orange is a symbolic gesture that represents a very visible public recognition of health workers’ efforts to provide safe healthcare every single day
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MTN Uganda Sep 16
It appears to me that perhaps human behaviour is what must change so that we can deal with the weak enemy. Executive Director- UNRA, Allen C Kagina urges everyone to to stop the spread of .
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Awel Sep 15
The construction of Atiak Road by is set to improve connectivity & cross border trade linkages to Amuru & Adjumani. via
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 15
🗞 Joy as Atiak—Laropi road works begin...via—
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 15
💬Leadership is the capacity to translate Vision into Reality💬— W.G Bennis. 📸
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 15
Reading👓from the recently signed Contract for Upgrading of Najjanankumbi—Busabala rd, the project includes construction of 0️⃣4️⃣ overbridges on Munyonyo Spur for; ✅Lweza—Lutembe ✅Lweza—Kigo ✅Kanaba—Busabala ✅Najjanankumbi—Busabala to ensure safer traffic mobility.
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Joshua Mabonga Sep 11
For a road linking parts of Uganda to South Sudan and the economic opportunities that S. Sudan brings to us, i say it's a good investment. Next is Laropi Bridge !! Kudos
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 14
Hello! We're trying to get to the project team to respond to your feedback. We'll share the project detail/progress at this section as soon as we get it.
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 14
It's a FILE photo—one of the Interchanges on the project, as indicated in the post. [📷].
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 14
Replying to @rtumusiime89
Hello Robert. We have taken effort to reach our maintenance team in Hoima and the Uganda Police to intervene. Let's establish progress.
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UNRA_UGANDA Sep 14
We've opened up diversion🔁 routes & turning points for vehicular traffic along K'la Northern Bypass project at Kalerwe—Gayaza area. This is to allow for construction of an . Traffic signs📍in place for direction.Kindly bear with us as we undertake . FILE📷
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