New Community Partnership grant holder announced

UK Aid Direct is pleased to confirm the name of a non-governmental organisation to be awarded a grant in the second UK Aid Direct funding round.

Food for the Hungry UK will be working on a food security and nutrition improvement project in the town of Namatumba, in the eastern region of Uganda.

The 36 month-long project is expected to reduce the incidence of malnutrition in over 3,000 children under the age of 5 and women of reproductive age through:

  • improved nutrition and hygiene practices learned in a care group system;
  • reduced food losses and spoilage, and access to diversified foods using post-harvest handling technology and kitchen gardens;
  • improved access to treatment for acute malnutrition; and by
  • promoting economic empowerment of women using Village Savings and Loan Associations

This grant is in addition to the 3 announced on 7 August 2018 and the 30 announced on 29 May 2018.

Further information on Community Partnership grant holders is available to view here. You can also view the new Impact grant holders here.

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