President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has launched phase four of the National Backbone Infrastructure Connectivity project for West Nile.
The ceremony took place today at St. Charles Lwanga Senior Secondary School grounds in Koboko District.
The government of Uganda through the National Information Technology, Uganda (NITA-U), with funding from the World Bank, is implementing the national backbone infrastructure and e-government infrastructure project to connect districts and towns across the country.
Phase four has commenced and will extend to the districts of Pakwach, Nebbi, Arua, Yumbe, Koboko, Adjumani, Katakwi and the border points of Oraba, Vurra and Mpondwe.
It will improve access, reliability and competiveness of broadband services both domestically and regionally.