The Uganda-Tanzania Road Project (Masaka-Mutukula-Kyaka-Bugene-Kasulo-Kumunazi) the main road that will link Uganda and Tanzania is set to begin construction soon.
Funds are currently being mobilized for the project that is being funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) under the Nepad IPPF Facility, East African Community (EAC) deputy secretary general (Planning and Infrastructure) Steven Mlote has said.
The grant will finance the Project Preparation Phase of three key Multinational Road Sections between Masaka in Uganda to Kumunazi in Tanzania.
It covers 89.5 kilometers of the Masaka to Mutukula road section in Uganda, a section of 30 kilometers from Mutukula to Kyaka linking to another section of 133 kilometers from Bugene to Kasulo to Kumunazi in Tanzania.
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