Winfred Ongom: Ugandan Nutrition, Maternal, and Child Health Correspondent

Winfred Ongom Winfred Ongom is a 23 year old Ugandan Nutritionist acquiring a Bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics this year in December. She has a lot of interest in making the world a better place using her standards of humanity and care. And this has given her exposure on issues of maternal and child health and their importance in development.

Winfred advocates for children, young people and mothers. Currently, she is using social media to inform and educate people on the challenges being faced by young people and mothers. Winfred stresses the need to step up maternal and child health so the world can be a better place for everyone.

“The world needs to be a better place for everyone, the action starts now: not when we are old” Winfred Ongom.

Winfred Ongom 1
With a malnourished girl in Lira district, Uganda
Winfred Ongom 2
Discussing with mothers how we can improve maternal and child health in Amuca, Uganda.
Kenneth and his father after he was discharged from the Nutrition unit in Lira district, Uganda
Kenneth and his father after he was discharged from the Nutrition unit in Lira district, Uganda

4 Comments Add yours

  1. fionafifi says:

    Good work done my dear friend..keep up.so proud of u..:-))…

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  2. Komakech Nicholas says:

    Good work keep it up, not even the sky can limit you dear

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  3. Stewart says:

    Well done Winnie, am proud of you! We admire you

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  4. philip di duca says:

    your honesty and sincerity to educate and help the needy will always be appreciated.

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