NPA report in ending hunger calls for cross-border trade regulation
A report by National Planning Authority on ending hunger has called for regulations of cross-border trade and re-establishment of national food reserves.
Titled “Towards Zero Hunger: A strategic Review of Sustainable Development Goal Two in Uganda,”the report was launched yesterday at Imperial Royale Hotel by third deputy Prime Minister Moses Ali. The research that culminated into the report publication was funded by World Food Programme.
Dr John Ssekamatte, manager Population and Social Sector Planning at National Planning Authority, a lead researcher in the study said Uganda needs to put in place a number of mechanisms to end hunger by 2030 including regulating cross-border food trade.