World Food Programme, Uganda Govt Sued For Contaminated Food

In March, food poisoning left 296 people sick and four dead in Napak and Amudat districts. An anti-counterfeit body wants the courts to declare that the World Food Programme's food supply to the people of Karamoja, violated international standards.

New arrival refugees receive daily food rations of maize grains (posho) and beans at Imvepi settlement.

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