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Mothers Knowledge and other factors that influence selection of feeding options for infants aged 0-6 months with special emphasis on mother to child transmission of HIV in Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya.
(Mbugua, A W(2006). Mothers Knowledge and other factors that influence selection of feeding options for infants aged 0-6 months with special emphasis on mother to child transmission of HIV in Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya., 2006)
In September - December 2000, a cross-sectional descriptive study was carried out with an aim of identifying factors that determine selection of feeding options for infants 0-6 months attending Paediatric Demonstration ...
The contribution of urban Household Food production to consumption, Nutrient intake, and expenditure patterns among Urban Poor in Kiambiu Slums, Nairobi
With rapid urban growth rates, a diminishing ability of many developing countries to feed the increasing national populations, persistent droughts, escalating food prices and increase in poverty, urban agriculture is ...
Competition and efficiency in beef retailing in a Metropolitan area: the case of Tile City of Nairobi
Competition and efficiency in beef retailing were The study was conf i ned to Na I rob i , a mnj or beef consumption area. The genera I object i ve was to assess the degree of competition and efficiency in beef ...
The role of a school feeding programme in dietary nutrient intake and nutritional status of school children in Mathare Valley slums of Nairobi
When children reach school ugc, they arc still !:',I'OWlllg, although 11Ilt ;lS lils( ;l~; their yOUllgl'l' brothers and sisters. They are usually very active and use up plenty of energy every day. To improve the nutritional ...
An Assessment of potential Health hazards in sweetpotatoes (ipomoea batatas) / grown and consumed in urban areas" around Nairobi
This study was carried out to investigate the safety of urban grown food crops with respect to contamination by heavy metals. Sweetpotatoes, grown and consumed around Nairobi, were used as the reference food crop. This ...
Original communication: the role of street foods in the dietary pattern of two low-income groups in Nairobi
(Nature Publishing Group, 2001)
Objectives: To examine the frequency of street food consumption of people living in low-income settlements in Nairobi and the role of street foods in their daily diet and to reveal why people consume street foods rather ...