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Fresh Dairy in Nutrition Drive with Schools

In a bid to reach out to more Primary schools as part of its schools’ program, Fresh Dairy is visiting several schools and donating products, to encourage consumption of dairy products to boost health and nutrition. The schools so far visited include; Kirinya Catholic Primary School, Bweyogerere, Nakasero Primary School, Lower Nsooba Primary School, Kirinya Central Primary School and Hill Side Primary School, among others.

Waneloba John (L), Representative Health and Nutrition, Fresh Dairy poses with pupils of Kirinya Catholic Primary School on 20th October 2017. Fresh Dairy donated boxes of yoghurt to the school with an aim of encouraging the pupils to consume yoghurt as a healthy and nutritious snack

Over 200 litres of milk were donated to Primary Seven candidates of Hill Side Primary School, 504 liters of milk were donated to Nakasero Primary School, Lower Nsooba Primary School received 108 litres of milk while the other schools the other schools each received several boxes of Fresh Dairy yoghurt or milk.

Waneloba John (3L), Representative Health and Nutrition, Fresh Dairy hands over milk to Ms. Khainza Miriam (R), Deputy Head Teacher, Hillside Primary School Naalya on 22nd October 2017. Fresh Dairy donated 200 litres of milk to Hillside Naalya with an aim of encouraging milk dairy consumption to boost health and nutrition

Speaking during the donation exercise held at Nakasero Primary School on 25th October 2017, Monica Kulabako, Marketing Executive Fresh Dairy explained that the product donations to the schools are in line with Fresh Dairy’s school’s program launched on 2nd July 2017 to help children learn more about the benefits of having a balanced diet, and more especially including dairy products to their daily meals.

Monica Kulabako, Marketing Executive Fresh Dairy (inset) hands out milk to pupils of Nakasero Primary School on 25th October 2017. Fresh Dairy donated over 500 litres of milk to the school in a bid to encourage dairy consumption to boost health and nutrition

The other schools visited included Kalinabiri Primary School, Tripple H Primary, St. Martin Mulago, Bright Primary, Ntinda Primary, Hormisdallen Primary, Police Children School. Murchison Bay Primary and Tripple P Primary, among others across Kampala, Wakiso and Mukono districts.


(L-R) Ms. Arinatwe Mary, Deputy Head Teacher Nakasero Primary School, Mr. Abura Richard, Deputy Head Teacher Nakasero Primary School receive milk from Monica Kulabako, Marketing Executive Fresh Dairy on 25th October 2017 at the school. Fresh Dairy donated 504 litres of milk to the school in a bid to encourage dairy consumption to boost health and nutrition

Kulabako concluded by noting that Fresh Dairy will continue visiting schools all throughout this third term, because a healthy diet goes hand in hand with good performance in class.

Monica Kulabako, Marketing Executive Fresh Dairy hands out milk to Primary Seven pupils of Lower Nsooba Primary School on 25th October 2017. Fresh Dairy donated 108 litres of milk to the school in a bid to encourage dairy consumption of to boost health and nutrition

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