FDC is committed to develop, adopt and systematically implement an integrated infrastructure plan. The plan will promote economic development, job creation, stronger public services and increased connectivity.


The FDC Commitment

  • Generation capacity will be fast-tracked to reach 4,000MW.
  • FDC led government will create incentives and develop appropriate partnerships to fast track the design and implementation of other renewal energy sources with particular emphasis on solar energy, wind energy, biomass energy, and geothermal.
  • Create 600,000 jobs in the energy sector over the next 5 years.


The FDC Commitment

  • Increase the pace of construction of the paved road network to at least 1,000 kms per annum.
  • Reform the procurement laws to eliminate red tape, increase transparency and accountability, and shorten the period for project approvals to not more than 6 months.
  • Partnership with local construction firms will be a standard requirement for all publicly funded public works. This policy is intended to increase the rate of local participation measured by the value of business arising from such partnership.

Technology & Innovation

The FDC Commitment

  • National Venture and Innovation Fund – Build institutional leadership for science, technology and innovation by establishing an autonomous national agency for innovation and knowledge-based enterprise development
  • Support the emergence of centres of excellence in technology and innovation across the country
  • Capitalize and decentralize the Uganda Industrial Research Institute and the Uganda Registration Services Bureau and their technology incubation and business registration programmes respectively alongside the Future Cities Programme.

“Ugandans will walk, cycle, drive, sail and fly with honor and dignity.”

— FDC Manifesto