Road Sector Development Programme

Project Name:

Road Sector Development Programme

Country:

UGANDA

Project Location within Country:

Kampala

Professional Staff Provided by your Company:

Study Director / transport Planner, Institutional Expert, Civil Engineer, Development Sociologist

Name of Client:

Ministry of Finance / Ministry of Works Transport and Communications

No. of staff:

4

Address of Client:

Ministry of Finance
P.O. Box 8147, Kampala

No. of Man – Months:

8.4

Start Date (month / year)

October 2001

Completion Date (month / year)

March 2002

Approx. Value of Services / Financing Agency:

US$ 60,000 / DANIDA

Names of Associated Firm(s) if any:

None

No. of Man-Months of Professional Staff Provided by Associated Firm(s):

N/A

Positions of senior staff involved:

  • Study Director / transport Planner – Eng. H.R.Kibuuka
  • Institutional Expert – Dr. Charles Kaira
  • Civil Engineer – Charles Bakaki
  • Development Sociologist – A. Sewaya

Detailed Narrative Description of project:

  • Undertaking a midi term performance Review of the 1996 Road Sector Development Programme (RSDP) this involved physical, institutional and financial progress.
  • Reviewed the status of the overall road sector reform programme. This included a review of the policy initiatives in the entire road sector, including the additional policy / institutional requirements that would be necessary to achieve the updated Road Sector Development Programme objectives.
  • Including the District Urban and Community Access Roads (DUCAR) network and new challenges in the Road Sector Development programme. The DUCAR network which was initially missed out of the 1996 RSDP was included in the updated RSDP both in the physical, Institutional and Financial terms.
  • Mutated the Road Sector Development Programme into a ten-year rolling programme. The RSDP was converted into a ten year rolling programme which would be reviewed and rolled every 3 years.

Detailed Description of Actual Services provided by your company:

  • Undertaking a midi term performance Review of the 1996 Road Sector Development Programme (RSDP) this involved physical, institutional and financial progress.
  • Reviewed the status of the overall road sector reform programme. This included a review of the policy initiatives in the entire road sector, including the additional policy / institutional requirements that would be necessary to achieve the updated Road Sector Development Programme objectives.
  • Including the District Urban and Community Access Roads (DUCAR) network and new challenges in the Road Sector Development programme. The DUCAR network which was initially missed out of the 1996 RSDP was included in the updated RSDP both in the physical, Institutional and Financial terms.
  • Mutated the Road Sector Development Programme into a ten-year rolling programme. The RSDP was converted into a ten year rolling programme which would be reviewed and rolled every 3 years.
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