Sector Snapshot

Uganda has made substantial progress on its infrastructure agenda in recent years. The early and successful reforms in the ICT sector led to an increase in mobile phone coverage and penetration, resulting in a highly competitive market. The unbundling of the power sector has doubled power generation capacity.



Uganda is doing well in water and sanitation and has made effective use of performance contracting to improve utility performance. The vast and varied waterways in Uganda are also beneficial for the production of hydroelectric power. Upgrading the transportation network and increasing power generation and transmission capacity is now Uganda’s top economic priority.

A comprehensive road network and widespread access to electricity will connect farmers to trading centres, add value to production, and improve the population’s welfare.

Upcoming oil production, expected to come on stream after the historic launch of final investment decision which took place on February 01, 2022.

New infrastructure is required to facilitate the F.I.D. The infrastructure will be led by government investment with participation of the private sector. The key infrastructure will include; construction of roads, a crude oil pipeline, a refinery and product pipelines.



Industrial Park Development

Amount Required

Initially USD 600 Million (Six Hundred Million Dollars)

Project Type: Brownfield
Investment Type: Joint Venture
Project Status: Pre-Feasibility

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