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MULNUTRITION AND UGANDAN CHILDREN

63%

Of babies are breastfed exclusively for the first 6 months

6%

Are fed unacceptable diet from four or more food groups

250
000

Is the number of Ugandan children estimated to have died between 2013 and 2015 due to undernutrition

Percentage of people who seek redress over land disputes

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The Right to Food and Nutrition

The right to adequate food and nutrition (RtFN) is a fundamental right. Without food, human beings cannot survive, and all other rights will become meaningless. It is therefore crucially important to fully realize this right.

Interrogating of food Availability, Access, Utilization and Coping mechanism for food security

The Interrogating of food Availability, Access, Utilization and Coping mechanism for food security study was carried out to understand the status of food security in Wakiso during COVID 19 pandemic with the urban poor worst affected due to significant reduction access to income and dependence on market purchases

CSO's POSITION PAPER ON BANNING GLYPHOSATE IN THE UGANDAN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

Most of Uganda’s population derive their livelihoods from agriculture and the sector directly contributes about 26% of the National GDP and more than half of the country’s exports. Over 75% of Uganda’s total agricultural outputs and marketed agricultural produce are by small-scale farmers.

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FISCAL POLICIES FOR DIET