National Nutrition Symposium 2022-Guidelines for Poster And Oral Presentations Date: November 15 – 17, 2022 Venue: Golf Course Hotel, Kampala Specifications for Poster Presentations The recommended poster size is 1 meter by 2 meters (36 inches by 78 inches). The poster board number assigned to the poster must be placed in the upper left-hand corner of the display. A poster board number cut-out will be provided and must be visible at all times. Include, the abstract title, author and co-author names, and the institution(s) where the authors are affiliated. Place the e-mail address, phone, and fax numbers of the corresponding author in the upper right-hand corner of the poster board for attendees who desire further information. The post abstract should include “ Abstract , Introduction/Background ,” Methods/Materials ,” “ Results ,” Discussion , Conclusions , References , and Acknowledgements ” in district paragraphs with illustrative clear
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© UNICEF Uganda Malnutrition is caused by a myriad of determinants interacting at different levels beyond the household. Stunting among under-fives and anemia in women of reproductive age is persistently a public health challenge for Uganda . This remains a national priority for which Uganda is continuously scaling up national efforts and interventions at each level to effect change for a healthy population. In 2018, the Government of Uganda started the Uganda Multi-sectoral Food security and Nutrition Project to improve production and consumption of micro-nutrient rich foods and utilization of community based nutrition services in small holder households. Check out this video for insights into the Uganda Multi-sectoral Food security and Nutrition Project.
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CLOSED NUTRITION SYMPOSIUM 2022 “STRENGTHENING SYSTEMS FOR IMPROVED NUTRITION IN UGANDA” KAMPALA; 22 ND -25 TH NOVEMBER 2022 Scope of the symposium: The Ministry of Health is organizing a four-day Nutrition Symposium focusing on the systems approach for improving nutrition in Uganda. The Symposium provides an opportunity for stakeholders to share their work, innovations, and other initiatives that promote healthy diets, inform Nutrition program, Policy, and Nutrition Information systems. Symposium theme: Strengthening systems for improved nutrition in Uganda Sub-themes 1. Maternal, Infant, Young Child and Adolescent Nutrition (MIYCAN) a. Scaling up BFHI implementation in promotion, protection and support of optimal breastfeeding practices b. Leveraging community care practices for improved household and community nutrition c. Nutrition in emergencies d. Early childhood development interventions in improving early Childhood Nutrition e. Innovations address