The Framing Of Malnutrition By Parliamentarians In Uganda

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STRENGTHENING SOMALI GOVERNANCE (SSG) PROJECT

failure and high levels of livestock deaths occurred, and malnutrition and drought-related diseases were on the rise among the population. At the finalization of this report, the drought continued to plague many regions in Somaliland. The March 27, 2017, elections to select the President and House of Representatives were postponed for six months due

Draft Uganda Nutrition Advocacy Strategy and Plan

vitamin A deficiency, which affects 4 out of 10 children under 5 years of age. Malnutrition is associated with about 47 percent of child deaths in Uganda and almost a quarter of all maternal deaths. It reduces Uganda s gross domestic product by about 4 percent, costing US$310 million in lost economic productivity every year.