USAID Works With Ugandan Government To Scale Up Child Nutrition Interventions

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Kate Consavage, a nutrition communications and knowledge management adviser in USAID’s Office of Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition, discusses the global burden of malnutrition and describes USAID’s work “with the government of Uganda to build national and local government-level systems that are critical for scaling up nutrition interventions.” This post originally appeared on May 11 in USAID’s “2030: Ending Extreme Poverty in This Generation” publication on Medium (5/23).

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