Uganda electrification project to light up 580 sub-counties and 52 town councils

The national government of Uganda, through the Rural Electrification Agency (REA) has begun the implementation of a Uganda electrification project at a cost of US$212m to light up 580 sub-counties and 52 town councils in the East African country.

The Uganda electrification project is under the Bridging the Demand-Supply Gap through Accelerated Rural Electrification Programme (BDSGAREP), and it is financed through a concessional loan from the EXIM Bank of China.

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