Uganda Seeks $400 Million Loan from their NSSF for Roads
Many East African nations are deficient in sturdy roads, railways, and consistent power generation. To keep up with consumer and economic demand, investments in infrastructure will be necessary to maintain growth and improve social order. Since decolonization from the United Kingdom in 1962, railways lacked sufficient investment and maintenance in Uganda. The state-owned enterprise, Uganda Railways Corporation has invested some capital rehabilitating infrastructure.
Uganda is a landlocked country where only a fraction of the roads are paved.[Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view site content.]