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Kiryandongo district authorities have launched the construction of 2.5 billion Development Response to Displacement Impact project-DRDIP across the district.

The projects launched are the construction of a staff house at Panyadoli Hills health center III, two blocks of 3 class rooms at Opok primary school, general ward at Panyadoli health center IV and full rehabilitation of 3.9 KMs Congodoki-Kiryandongo High school road.


Kiryandongo District Roads committee members led by their chairperson Linos Ngompek who is also the area member of parliament for Kibanda North have monitored the progress of road works in the district. The District Roads Committee is comprised of the members of parliament, District chairman, Chief Administrative Officer and the District Engineer.

Kiryandongo To Partner With MSI To Strengthen Systems And Public Accountability

Kiryandongo District Local Government is set to partner with Mangement Systems International, a Tetra Tech Company with funding from USAID and UKAID to strengthen accountability,deepen public participation and reduce corruption in Uganda’s public sector.

The partnership aims at improving the local government’s responsiveness to citizens,service delivery and stewardship of financial and natural resources.

Use The Set Infrastructure To Get Out Of Poverty, Rdc Urges Community

The RDC Kiryandongo, Dan Muganga has urged the community of Kinyara II village in Kigumba subcounty to use the infrastructure put in place by government to get out of poverty. Muganga made the urge Friday August 5, 2022 during the launch of 3.88 billion infrastructure projects within the District funded under Development Response to Displacement impact Project-DRDIP. Muganga said that the infrastructure established by government are enablers of development which the people should take use of.

Water Sources Inadequate For Kiryandongo Villages

Villages in Kiryandongo district are struggling with the limited safe water sources available in their vicinity. This was revealed by the District Water Officer Samuel Muhumuza during the launch of the drilling of 11 deep holes within the district at Nyakibete LCI in Kigumba sub county. Muhumuza added that according to Ministry of water and environment standards, one borehole serves a community of 400 people of which an average village in Kiryandongo district has 800 people which calls for an additional borehole.