Envisioning a future without food poverty in Uganda

Envisioning a future without food poverty in Uganda
On 18th July 2020, the Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) Diaspora Chapter launched its Diaspora Policy Dialogue series. The ANT Diaspora Public Dialogues and Outreach Programme seeks to create an inclusive platform for Ugandans in the diaspora, to take part in the process of reviewing Uganda’s current social, political and economic state of affairs, and contribute ideas to how the ANT government will build a system that offers all citizens multiple opportunities to create wealth and prosperity on a sustainable basis. This, in turn, is part of a larger process of formulating a manifesto for the ANT party.

The first in this series was a panel discussion held under the theme; ‘Envisioning a future without food poverty in Uganda’.
Mr. Andrew Karamagi, a consultant with ActionAid South Africa, and Dr. Monica Kansiime, an agricultural economist working with the Africa Growth and Development Policy (AFGDEP) consortium were the panelists for this discussion which sought to diagnose the challenges to food security in Uganda, and to propose ways forward.
 

Popular Posts