Why Kampala Floods Are Not About to End

The Kampala Capital City Authority lacks money to roll out the new master plan which was meant to resolve the flooding problem in the city. KCCA acting deputy executive director Samuel Serunkuuma says the authority needs at least U.S.$216 million to implement the new master plan. "We updated the drainage master plan but we do not have money to implement it. We have since informed government about our need for more funding," he said.

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