Uganda receives energy security boost

Uganda has received financing from the Indian government to construct a 180 MW hydropower plant, helping to improve the country’s energy security.

India has provided credit of $450m for the project located on the river Victoria Nile, in the Kamuli District.
The funds were allotted after a bilateral meeting between the Indian delegation led by External affairs minister Salman Khurshid and Uganda.

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