1 hr 1 min

The State of Roads in Kampala City - Simon Kasyate The Ugandan Podcast

    • Government

In this episode, Rita Kanya Mujuni hosts the spokesperson of Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) to discuss the progress made on the Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP). This is a Shs1.1 trillion project funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) aimed at improving over 200 kilometers of roads in Kampala. They also discuss the challenges that KCCA faced at the start of the project and how they have managed to overcome them.

The episode also explores the benefits that Ugandans can expect once the project is completed, including the introduction of a car-free day as a way of improving the health of city dwellers. The discussion also touches on the state of roads in Kampala, beyond social media uproar, and what KCCA is doing to make the city more livable. Finally, the episode delves into the role that “cityzens” can play in supporting KCCA's transformational initiatives.

The Ugandan podcast is an audio-visual production on informing, understanding and sharing on government programs so as to enhance citizen engagement in achieving the National Development Goals. We share facts, ideas and progress through dialogue so as to create positive impact.
This podcast looks enhance a productive knowledgeable society and initiate conversation leading to mindset change and digital transformation.


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In this episode, Rita Kanya Mujuni hosts the spokesperson of Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) to discuss the progress made on the Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP). This is a Shs1.1 trillion project funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) aimed at improving over 200 kilometers of roads in Kampala. They also discuss the challenges that KCCA faced at the start of the project and how they have managed to overcome them.

The episode also explores the benefits that Ugandans can expect once the project is completed, including the introduction of a car-free day as a way of improving the health of city dwellers. The discussion also touches on the state of roads in Kampala, beyond social media uproar, and what KCCA is doing to make the city more livable. Finally, the episode delves into the role that “cityzens” can play in supporting KCCA's transformational initiatives.

The Ugandan podcast is an audio-visual production on informing, understanding and sharing on government programs so as to enhance citizen engagement in achieving the National Development Goals. We share facts, ideas and progress through dialogue so as to create positive impact.
This podcast looks enhance a productive knowledgeable society and initiate conversation leading to mindset change and digital transformation.


Connect with Ministry of ICT & National Guidance


TW:⁠ www.twitter.com/MoICT_Ug⁠


FB: ⁠www.facebook.com/mictuganda⁠


IG: ⁠www.instagram.com/moict_ug⁠


YT: ⁠www.youtube.com/channel/UCnp5ryL6CT5QvB_IvItE8SA⁠


Website: https://ict.go.ug/

1 hr 1 min

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