Kampala Master Plan
In the mid-1980s, following years of turmoil, Uganda embarked on a prolonged period of political stability and economic growth. Kampala, the capital city, boomed as a result, and by the mid-1990s faced a number of pressing urban development issues.
With funding from the World Bank, planningAlliance worked alongside counterparts from the national and municipal government to prepare a comprehensive Strategic Urban Development Plan for Kampala to guide urban development over a 10-year period. The Plan was based on a thorough analysis of existing urban conditions and comprised detailed physical, social, financial and environmental plans and priority action programs. The Plan was enacted by Kampala City Council and continues to guide urban development today.
Ministry of Land and Urban Development, Government of Canada
Kampala, West Africa
Social Impact Assessment