Volume 15 No. 1 (2015)
Editorial: Ruth Oniang'o
Why is agricultural research important? Why African Governments need to support it
Peer Reviewed Articles:
- The experiences of HIV-positive mothers breastfeeding exclusively in Swaziland.
Mduduzi Colani Shongwe and NR Mkhonta
- Effect of mulch and different fungicide spray regimes on yield of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) in Tanzania.
Hosea Mtui et al.
- Dietary adequacy of rural school children among bambara groundnut growing farmers in Ntchisi district of Malawi.
Agnes Mwangwela et al.
- Roasting effects on phenolic content and free-radical scavenging activities of pulp preconditioned and fermented cocoa (Theobroma cacao) beans.
Emmanuel Afoakwa et al.
- Changes in some biochemical qualities during drying of pulp pre-conditioned and fermented cocoa (Theobroma cacao) beans.
Emmanueal Afoakwa et al.
- Knowledge of recommended dietary cholesterol allowance in an academic community.
Godswill Anyasor et al.
- Intrahousehold allocation, household headship and nutrition of under-fives: a study of western Kenya.
Stella Mukhovi Mikalitsa
- Bovine in-vitro embryo production and its contribution
towards improved food security in Kenya.
Henry Mutembei et al.
- The effects of household food practices and diseases
prevalence on nutritional status of under-five children in
Ruhango district, Rwanda.
Marguerite Niyibituronsa et al.
- Biocontrol of potato wilt by selective rhizospheric and
endophytic bacteria associated with potato plant.
Rado Rasolomampiannina et al.
- A review of effects of nutrient elements on crop quality.
Keston Njira and J Nabwami
The Nestlé Creating Shared Value Prize
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GLUK Student: Denis Etyang Omunyalo
Why I am doing nutrition
GLUK Student: Josephine Atieno Odhiambo
An essay on reasons, intentions and experience on nutrition as a career and course
GLUK Student: Dorcas Koki
An essay on why I am doing nutrition, experience and aspiration
Fate of Articles: AJFAND Update
Fate of articles submitted in 2011, 2012 and 2013
REPRINT: Graham Lyons et al.
Drumming up selenium and sulphur in Africa: Improving nutrition with Moringa oleifera.
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