This poster examines links between cattle ownership and malaria/anemia in Ugandan children. Presented at ICN 2017.
This poster draws connections between sanitation and malnutrition in Uganda using data from over 3,000 household surveys. Presented at ICN 2017.
District Presentations: Effectiveness of Integrated Agriculture, Health Livelihood and Nutrition Interventions to Improve Maternal and Child Nutrition and Health in Rural Uganda: A Birth Cohort Study.
These presentations were made in various Ugandan Districts, covering data gathered during the Uganda Birth Cohort Study specific to each of those districts.
The presentations were delivered in April of 2016 by Drs. Bernard Bashaasha and Florence Kinyata.
Click on the district name to see its specific presentation.
Africa Day: Effectiveness of integrated Agriculture, health livelihood and nutrition interventions to improve maternal and child nutrition and health in rural Uganda: A birth cohort study
This poster presentation was featured at the Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security in Kampala Uganda on Oct. 28-30, 2015.
Implementing a Cold-Chain System for Nutritional Assessment in Rural Uganda; Field Experiences from the Nutrition Innovation Lab Cohort Study
The objective of this venture was to elaborate on the procedures undertaken to establish blood draws and cold chain for nutrition assessments. A total of 5,044 birth cohort households were enrolled and assessed using household questionnaires, anthropometry, and blood sampling to assess nutritional issues and exposures to environmental contaminants. The challenge was to obtain, transport, process, store, and analyze tens of thousands of serum samples obtained in sites that were often difficult to reach.