A WORLD FREE FROM
HUNGER AND MALNUTRITION
10.1 Million people in Uganda are suffering from hunger and food insecurity.
Hunger is one of the leading causes of death in Uganda. With an abundant amount of resources in the country, unequal access and inefficient
handling leaves millions of people malnourished.
At Food Rights Alliance, we believe that dynamic memberships are critical to solving complex countrywide challenges. Our members - from organisations to foundations to entrepreneurs - are committed to coordinating, developing and supporting socially responsible Food Rights Alliance objectives and operations that build stronger communities in the developing country, while enhancing business and development goals.
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Nearly one out of three of us lives with food insecurity and malnutrition. But we see a future in which no one does. Learn how you can help end the injustice of malnutrition and food insecurity.
WHERE WE WORK
YOUR MONEY AT WORK
90% of FRA’s expenses go to program activities. With 76% of that spent on long-term solutions to food insecurity and malnutrition, and 24% spent on advocacy and management.
STRATEGIC RESULT AREAS
The main funding source for Food Rights Alliance is grants from donors. To ensure we expand and continue to grow smoothly, FRA is expanding her resource mobilisation mechanism and social enterprises while providing options for present and future food needs of all people.
More Ugandans are becoming poorer and vulnerable according to the recent report of the Uganda National Bureau of Statistics (UBOS), the donors and UN Agencies annually report a reduction in the funding available to meet the needs of the most vulnerable people.
Food Right Alliance has made significant achievements in advancing the right to food and its non-variations, as a human right protecting the right for people to feed themselves in dignity in Uganda.
The Alliance under this strategic result focuses on strengthening the food chain from farm to fork though influencing enabling environment for all actors along the food chain.
Aiming to promote sustainable farming systems in Building Community Resilience, Promoting best practices and alternatives for food producers and consumers and Promoting community based natural resource management.
WE WORK WITH 3 COMPONENTS FOR LONG-TERM CHANGE
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By Jude Ssebuliba From bushes, banana plantations to land in towns, the phrase “This Land is Not For Sale” is becoming so common that one might mistake it
By Gloria Acayo Land in Uganda is a critical factor of production and an essential pillar of human existence and national development as it is at the heart
By Gloria Acayo As the government embarks on the legal reforms in the Land Sector, it is imperative to be conscious and critical on the principle of Free,