Center For Food And Adequate Living Rights

Justice For Adequate Living

Plot 66-67 Kiriwawanvu Lane, GACCETA Estate, Gayaza-Kalagi Road, Wakiso District, Uganda. P.O Box 16414, Wandegeya.

info@cefroht.org

+256 414 660813 | +256 772 480179 | Toll-Free: +256 800 111433

We advocate for: Food Justice | Economic Justice | Climate Justice

ADVOCACY AND
PARTNERSHIPS

PROGRAM

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Under this program, CEFROHT does action research to build evidence for advocacy on issues of food safety and health. The research is published and disseminated to communities and duty bearers for action. CEFROHT does legal and policy scrutiny of government ventures using a human rights-based approach including international approaches to public service delivery like the Private, Public Partnerships and how they affect the social aspects of people especially the vulnerable. It is through this program, that CEFROHT engages duty bearers at national level and local government levels for promotion of policies and actions plans for nutrition, safe food practices, early childhood development, prevention of non-communicable diseases, and engaging the court of public opinion on all cases being litigated by CEFROHT. Under the program we also engage and participate in strategic partnerships, coalitions and movement building for realization of the rights to health and food.

Global RECAP

PARLIAMENTARY NUTRITION WEEK

The Center for Food and Adequate Living Rights collaborated with the Uganda Parliamentary Alliance on Food and Nutrition Security to organize the Parliamentary Nutrition Week that took place between

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Global RECAP

FOOD AND THE LAW CLUB

On 8th February 2022, a seminar was organized at the school of law to launch the Food and Law Club. It took place in the lower auditorium and was attended by 60 participants, who included students,

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Global RECAP

GLOBAL RECAP: CAPACITY BUILDING TO PREVENT NCDS

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) kill 15 million people between the ages of 30 and 69, and over 86 per cent of these “premature” deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. The economic impact,

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