JAPAN CONTRIBUTES US$600,000 TO WFP AS MALNUTRITION IN UGANDA’S KARAMOJA REGION EXCEEDS EMERGENCY LEVELS

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomed a contribution of US$600,000 from the Government of Japan to boost nutrition and prevent deaths of young children in Karamoja region, where households in two out of nine districts have malnutrition above emergency levels. “This is a very timely and important contribution,” said WFP Country Director El-Khidir […]

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