Supporting student community engagement falls within the UGAN’s broad aim of engaging young nutrition professionals in the nutrition arena and also linking students to the large community of nutrition practice. This is broadly embedded in the UGAN’s Strategic Development Plan (SDP) of 2014-2019. On that note, the Uganda Action for Nutrition (UGAN) Society sought support from […]
A collection of nutrition training modules developed by Uganda Action for Nutrition (UGAN) Society and the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) with the financial support of the Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH) and Tata Global Beverages (TGB) for tea growing communities of Uganda based on a Baseline Assessment conducted in the Tea Estates of Mpanga and Rwenzori […]
The SPRING project provided a summary of the nutrition situation, a comparison between the UDHS 2011 and the Uganda Nutrition Action Plan targets which gives sub-regional snapshots of the factors affecting malnutrition in the country and how the implementation of a national nutrition policy may vary across the regions.
The Karamoja Region of Uganda faces chronic food and nutrition insecurity. For years, the Government of Uganda and development partners have provided food and nutrition services in the region; however, food and nutrition insecurity still persists. This study conducted in May 2013 in Moroto and Kaabong districts found that: 1). The causes of malnutrition were […]