Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) received a grant from the European Union to finance the implementation of the Kampala Climate Change Action Strategy: Developing and sharing low carbon and climate resilient Kampala. The implementation period of the project is 3 years.
KCCA in 2015 started work on the elaboration process of the Kampala low carbon and resilient development strategy which resulted in the Kampala Climate Change Action Plan to support the implementation of the Action Plan. The project will be implemented by KCCA in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy, Entebbe and Kasese Municipalities as co-beneficiaries. As part of this Project, Kampala is among the pilot cities for the covenant of Mayors in Sub-Saharan Africa initiative.
The overall objective of the Project is to build Kampala City’s resilience to the impacts of climate change and set the city on a low carbon emissions path which is in line with KCCA’s vision of transforming the city into a vibrant, attractive and sustainable city.
The planned Procurement schedule (Subject to changes) is as follows: