PPP Approved Projects

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VALUE: USD 175.8 Million

CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: National Information Technology Authority-Uganda

REGION: Central


PHASE: Development

The Government of Uganda (GOU) captured in its vision 2040 the objective to adopt Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as an enabler of social and economic transformation. The National Development Plan III was curated with the vision “A Transformed Ugandan Society from a Peasant to a Modern and Prosperous Country within 30 years with the overarching goal to “Increase Household Incomes and Improve Quality of Life of Ugandans”. Accordingly, 16.38 acres located at Katabi, Lunyo was earmarked for the development of the first in kind ICT Park in Uganda. ...


VALUE: UGX 163 Billion

CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: Kampala Capital City Authority

REGION: Central

SECTOR: Transport & Logistics

PHASE: Development

In 2012 KCCA signed an agreement with the International Finance Corporation(IFC), to provide support in structuring the first Solid Waste Management Public-Private Partnership(PPP) Project ("the SMW PPP Project") for Kampala Capital City. the SWM PPP Project has been developed in two components namely:

  • Component 1(Waste Collection and Transport): Procurement of a number of private operatorsto collect and transport waste from selected collection zones; and 

  • Component 2(Waste Treatment and Disposal)...


VALUE: USD 150 Million

CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: Uganda National Cultural Centre 

REGION: Central

SECTOR: Arts & Culture

PHASE: Development

The Uganda National Cultural Centre (UNCC) and Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development (MGSLSD) are desirous to redevelop the UNCC land to a better standard that can ably respond to the demands of the prevailing environment and for the future. UNCC occupies land at Victoria Avenue and Saiid Barre.

After 50 years of existence, the UNCC prime land is underutilized and the buildings have depreciated, naturally. The flat roof which is incompatible with the tropical climate has continued to leak despite the regular repairs. The component of the asbestos...