The Executive Director of the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), symptoms http://ciencialili.org/components/com_sef/controllers/cron.php Allen Kagina has undertaken an inspection of road works along the Fort Portal-Kamwenge Road whose physical progress currently stands at 93 percent.
According to UNRA’s Manager for Media Relations, physician Allan Ssempebwa Kyobe, viagra buy Kagina’s inspection was mainly to connect with the communities along the road and to check progress on how far the Authority has gone in resolving the social and environmental safeguards raised on the project by the World Bank.
“All the outstanding issues will be resolved between now and March so that the road can be handed over,” said Kagina.
Among the issues raised are compensation and physical works, all of which are currently almost solved fully.
Kyobe told ChimpReports that compensation now stands at 94 percent whereas physical progress is at 93 percent.
“We are also continuously monitoring our contractor along Fortportal-Kamwenge road to ensure maximum compliance with Environmental and Social Safeguards,” said Kyobe.
Also as part of the campaign to connect with the communities and ensure child protection along the road, UNRA has spread out messages to communities along the road against violation of children’s rights, Sexual Abuse among others.
“Child protection efforts along Fortportal-Kamwenge road helped through psycho-social support, medical services and re-integration into schools. Violation of Children’s rights ruins their future.”
During the inspection exercise, residents appreciated Kagina’s humility and willingness to listen to their concerns.
She expressed her commitment to have all people’s grievances addressed adding that “road projects are meant to make people’s lives better.”