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The socio-economic, food security and nutritional status of urban farmers in Nakuru town Kenya: a comparative study of programme and non- programme households
(University of Nairobi, 2008)
A comparative cross-sectional survey was conducted from October to December 2000, to assess and compare the socio-economic and food security status as well as the nutritional status of children less than five years and ...
The effects of fertilizers and mulberry (morus alba l. ) variety on cocoon and silk quality in Kenya
The study was carried out in two sites already with existing mulberry trees comprising three varieties, Kanva , Noi (Thailand), and Embu (local variety). The main objective of the study was to determine the effect of ...
Influence of maternal nutrition knowledge on infant :feeding practices among the Maasai community in Narok District, Kenya
Little is documented about the relationship between maternal nutrition knowledge and infant feeding practices in the Maasai community. A cross sectional survey which employed both descriptive and analytical methods of ...
A survey of human Taeniosis/Bovine cysticercosis in Northern Turkana District,Kenya
Bovine cysticercosis IS a zoonosis of socioeconomic and public health importance. A survey was carried out in northern Turkana District to: 1) estimate the prevalence of bovine cysticercosis using serology and meat ...
Honey market structure and pricing efficiency in the pastoral areas of Baringo District, Kenya
A competitive market structure is a sufficient condition for the market pncmg efficiency. This in turn ensures that price provides producers with the incentives to enhance production depending on available resources. The ...
Factors associated with introduction of complementary feeding of infants below six months, in Machakos District, Kenya
Breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices are crucial for optimal growth and development during infancy. Optimal feeding practice in the first year of life is crucial for the survival and health of infants, and ...