Financial Releases for Designated Agencies

Uganda National Roads Authority

Uganda Road Fund (URF) is a body Corporate established by an Act of Parliament of 2008. Its overall objective is to ensure that all public roads are maintained at all times through provision of adequate and stable financing for routine and periodic road maintenance, undertaken by Designate Agencies (DAs). Currently, the Fund finances 164 Designated/Funded agencies that include 2 Authorities (UNRA and KCCA), 121 districts and 41 municipalities that manage Uganda’s public roads network. The sub-counties and town councils are the sub-agencies of the DLGs which consist of 1,129 sub-countries and 214 town councils. District Local Governments, the Local Governments Act, 1997 mandates local governments to construct, rehabilitate, and maintain roads within their jurisdictions. Local Governments include districts and municipalities.

UNRA was established under the UNRA Act, 2006 with the mandate of planning, developing, and maintaining the national roads. National roads are also known as classified roads. They service the national transport needs of the country and go through more than one district. These are made of 20, 563km.

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1. Financial Year 2017-2018

Details of releases to UNRA Q3 FY 17-18

Details of releases to UNRA Q2 FY 17-18

Details of releases to UNRA Q1 FY 17-18

2. Financial Year 2016-2017

Details of releases to UNRA Q4 FY-2016-17

Details of releases to UNRA Q3 FY 16-17

Details of releases to UNRA Q2 FY-2016-17

Details of releases to UNRA Q1 FY 16-17

Kampala Capital City Authority

Uganda Road Fund (URF) is a body Corporate established by an Act of Parliament of 2008. Its overall objective is to ensure that all public roads are maintained at all times through provision of adequate and stable financing for routine and periodic road maintenance, undertaken by Designate Agencies (DAs). Currently, the Fund finances 164 Designated/Funded agencies that include 2 Authorities (UNRA and KCCA), 121 districts and 41 municipalities that manage Uganda’s public roads network. The sub-counties and town councils are the sub-agencies of the DLGs which consist of 1,129 sub-countries and 214 town councils. District Local Governments, the Local Governments Act, 1997 mandates local governments to construct, rehabilitate, and maintain roads within their jurisdictions. Local Governments include districts and municipalities.

KCCA was established under the KCCA Act, 2010 with the mandate of planning, constructing and maintenance of city roads as one of its mandates. City roads service the city transport needs of the country and are within the city boundaries. They are made of 1,207km.

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Financial Year 2017-2018

Details of releases to KCCA Q3 FY 17-18

Details of releases to KCCA Q2 FY 17-18

Details of releases to KCCA Q1 FY 17-18

Financial Year 2016-2017

Details of releases to KCCA Q4 FY 16-17

Details of releases to KCCA Q3 FY 16-171

Details of releases to KCCA Q2 FY 16-17

Details of releases to KCCA Q1 FY 16-17

Districts

Uganda Road Fund (URF) is a body Corporate established by an Act of Parliament of 2008. Its overall objective is to ensure that all public roads are maintained at all times through provision of adequate and stable financing for routine and periodic road maintenance, undertaken by Designate Agencies (DAs). Currently, the Fund finances 164 Designated/Funded agencies that include 2 Authorities (UNRA and KCCA), 121 districts and 41 municipalities that manage Uganda’s public roads network. The sub-counties and town councils are the sub-agencies of the DLGs which consist of 1,129 sub-countries and 214 town councils. District Local Governments, the Local Governments Act, 1997 mandates local governments to construct, rehabilitate, and maintain roads within their jurisdictions. Local Governments include districts and municipalities.

Uganda currently has 121 districts that are funded by Uganda Road Fund, these are grouped into five administrative regions (i.e. Western, Eastern, Northern, Central and Kampala (Includes KCCA). They are more new six (6) districts that will be funded by Uganda Road Fund effective 01st July, 2018.

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Financial year 2017-2018

Details of Release to districts Q3 FY 17-18

Details of release to districts Q2 FY 17-18

Details of release to districts Q1 FY 17-18

Financial year 2016-2017

Details of release to districts Q4 FY 16-17

Details of release to districts Q3 FY 2016-17

Details of release to districts Q2 FY 2016-17

Details of release to districts Q1 FY 2016-17

Municipalities

Uganda Road Fund (URF) is a body Corporate established by an Act of Parliament of 2008. Its overall objective is to ensure that all public roads are maintained at all times through provision of adequate and stable financing for routine and periodic road maintenance, undertaken by Designate Agencies (DAs). Currently, the Fund finances 164 Designated/Funded agencies that include 2 Authorities (UNRA and KCCA), 121 districts and 41 municipalities that manage Uganda’s public roads network. The sub-counties and town councils are the sub-agencies of the DLGs which consist of 1,129 sub-countries and 214 town councils. District Local Governments, the Local Governments Act, 1997 mandates local governments to construct, rehabilitate, and maintain roads within their jurisdictions. Local Governments include districts and municipalities.

Since 2005, the Ugandan government has been in the process of dividing districts into smaller units. This decentralization is intended to prevent resources from being distributed primarily to chief towns and leaving the remainder of each district neglected.

Uganda currently has 41 municipal councils that are funded by Uganda Road Fund. These are also known as urban councils.