Rural Uganda sees the light, but it’s not yet bright enough: Part I

In 2001, government launched the rural electrification programme to connect more Ugandans on the national grid. Almost 15 years later, BENON HERBERT OLUKA, assesses the programme to find out if initial targets of connections were met or not, and what the authorities and other stakeholders have to say.

The three-part series was published in The Observer with funding from ACME’s Enhanced Media Reporting for Transparency and Accountability (EMERTA) programme.

Read part one of the story here.

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