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The Resource Improving young child feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa : household-level food technology : proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12-16 October 1987, editors, D. Alnwick, S. Moses, and O.G. Schmidt ; cosponsored by the International Development Research Centre, the United Nations Children's Fund, and the Swedish International Development Authority

Improving young child feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa : household-level food technology : proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12-16 October 1987, editors, D. Alnwick, S. Moses, and O.G. Schmidt ; cosponsored by the International Development Research Centre, the United Nations Children's Fund, and the Swedish International Development Authority

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Improving young child feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa : household-level food technology : proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12-16 October 1987
Title
Improving young child feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa
Title remainder
household-level food technology : proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12-16 October 1987
Statement of responsibility
editors, D. Alnwick, S. Moses, and O.G. Schmidt ; cosponsored by the International Development Research Centre, the United Nations Children's Fund, and the Swedish International Development Authority
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • spa
  • eng
Member of
Action
committed to retain for EAST
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RJ206
LC item number
.I43 1988
Literary form
non fiction
NAL call number
RJ206.I43
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WS 130
NLM item number
I34 1987
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  • Alnwick, D.
  • Moses, S.
  • Schmidt, O. G
  • International Development Research Centre (Canada)
  • UNICEF
  • Sweden
Series statement
IDRC
Series volume
265e
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Children
  • Children
  • Infants
  • Food
  • Child Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
  • Developing Countries
  • Diet
  • Food
  • Weaning
  • Malnutrition chez l'enfant
  • Nourrissons
  • Enfants
  • Children
  • Food
  • Infants
  • Kindervoeding
  • Afrique
  • Eastern Africa
  • Southern Africa
Label
Improving young child feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa : household-level food technology : proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12-16 October 1987, editors, D. Alnwick, S. Moses, and O.G. Schmidt ; cosponsored by the International Development Research Centre, the United Nations Children's Fund, and the Swedish International Development Authority
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (10 p.).
  • Malted weaning foods in India
  • N.G Malleshi
  • (9 p.).
  • Bulk reduction of traditional weaning gruels
  • T Gopaldas
  • (10 p.).
  • High-energy, low-bulk weaning food development in Zambia
  • Freda Muleka Luhila
  • (8 p.).
  • Improved iron availability in weaning foods
  • Effect of food consistency on nutrient intake in young children
  • R.P Kingamkono
  • (10 p.).
  • Child feeding patterns in Tanzania with reference to feeding frequency and dietary bulk
  • Z Lukmanji
  • (12 p.).
  • High-nutrient density weaning foods from germinated cereals
  • A.C Mosha
  • (12 p.)
  • U Svanberg
  • (8 p.).
  • Cyanide content of germinated cereals and influence of processing techniques
  • L.O Dada
  • (7 p.).
  • Weaning foods in Nepal
  • Y Vaidya
  • (3 p.).
  • Fermented foods for improving child feeding in eastern and southern Africa : a review
  • A Tomkins
  • (32 p.).
  • Fermented "ugi" as a nutritionally sound weaning food
  • S.K Mbugua
  • (6 p.).
  • Consumption of weaning foods from fermented cereals in Kwara State, Nigeria
  • K.H Brown
  • (17 p.).
  • Dietary bulk in weaning foods and its effect on food and energy intake
  • Fermentation of cereal- and legume-based weaning foods
  • M.M Keregero
  • (11 p.).
  • Fermented cassava products in Tanzania
  • M Hakimjee
  • (9 p.).
  • Weaning food hygiene in Kiambu, Kenya
  • Anne M Pertet
  • (6 p.)
  • U Svanberg
  • (16 p.).
  • Strategy to improve weaning practices in Mozambique
  • A Lechtig
  • (15 p.).
  • Reintroducing traditional weaning foods : social marketing considerations
  • L Hendrata
  • (16 p.).
  • Bacteriological properties of traditional sour porridges in Lesotho
  • A.L Sakoane
  • (5 p.).
  • Fermentation of maize-based "mahewu"
  • A.D Ayebo
  • (7 p.).
  • Do we now have some real solutions for young child malnutrition?
  • Ted Greiner
  • (5 p.).
  • Reducing dietary bulk in cassava-based weaning foods by fermentation
  • Breatfeeding : a neglected household-level weaning-food resource
  • J Bradley
  • (27 p.).
  • Complementary foods problems
  • Ted Greiner
  • (5 p.).
  • Sorghum and millets in East Africa with reference to their use in weaning foods
  • M Seenappa
  • (16 p.).
  • Weaning food provision in refugee situations
  • N.L.V Mlingi
  • N.J Binkin
  • (10 p.).
  • Traditional weaning practices in Ethiopia
  • G Abate
  • (6 p.).
  • Weaning foods in Kenya : traditions and trends
  • Ruth K Oniang'o
  • (5 p.).
  • Food processing in Uganda with special reference to infant feeding
  • L Sserunjogi
  • (11 p.).
  • (9 p.).
  • Weaning foods in Rwanda and the potential of sprouted sorghum
  • M Ramakavelo
  • (7 p.).
  • Observations on child growth and weaning in Zimbabwe
  • J.R Mutumba
  • (4 p.).
  • Use of fermented foods in child feeding in Botswana
  • C Mokwena
  • (4 p.).
  • Fecal contamination of weaning foods in Zimbabwe
  • Weaning practices in Swaziland and social marketing to effect change
  • J.M Aphane
  • (8 p.)
  • C Simango
  • (5 p.).
  • Formulation and microbiological safety of cereal-based weaning foods
  • M.J.R Nout
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxi, 380 pages
Isbn
9780889365162
Lccn
89217577
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)22595147
Label
Improving young child feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa : household-level food technology : proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 12-16 October 1987, editors, D. Alnwick, S. Moses, and O.G. Schmidt ; cosponsored by the International Development Research Centre, the United Nations Children's Fund, and the Swedish International Development Authority
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (10 p.).
  • Malted weaning foods in India
  • N.G Malleshi
  • (9 p.).
  • Bulk reduction of traditional weaning gruels
  • T Gopaldas
  • (10 p.).
  • High-energy, low-bulk weaning food development in Zambia
  • Freda Muleka Luhila
  • (8 p.).
  • Improved iron availability in weaning foods
  • Effect of food consistency on nutrient intake in young children
  • R.P Kingamkono
  • (10 p.).
  • Child feeding patterns in Tanzania with reference to feeding frequency and dietary bulk
  • Z Lukmanji
  • (12 p.).
  • High-nutrient density weaning foods from germinated cereals
  • A.C Mosha
  • (12 p.)
  • U Svanberg
  • (8 p.).
  • Cyanide content of germinated cereals and influence of processing techniques
  • L.O Dada
  • (7 p.).
  • Weaning foods in Nepal
  • Y Vaidya
  • (3 p.).
  • Fermented foods for improving child feeding in eastern and southern Africa : a review
  • A Tomkins
  • (32 p.).
  • Fermented "ugi" as a nutritionally sound weaning food
  • S.K Mbugua
  • (6 p.).
  • Consumption of weaning foods from fermented cereals in Kwara State, Nigeria
  • K.H Brown
  • (17 p.).
  • Dietary bulk in weaning foods and its effect on food and energy intake
  • Fermentation of cereal- and legume-based weaning foods
  • M.M Keregero
  • (11 p.).
  • Fermented cassava products in Tanzania
  • M Hakimjee
  • (9 p.).
  • Weaning food hygiene in Kiambu, Kenya
  • Anne M Pertet
  • (6 p.)
  • U Svanberg
  • (16 p.).
  • Strategy to improve weaning practices in Mozambique
  • A Lechtig
  • (15 p.).
  • Reintroducing traditional weaning foods : social marketing considerations
  • L Hendrata
  • (16 p.).
  • Bacteriological properties of traditional sour porridges in Lesotho
  • A.L Sakoane
  • (5 p.).
  • Fermentation of maize-based "mahewu"
  • A.D Ayebo
  • (7 p.).
  • Do we now have some real solutions for young child malnutrition?
  • Ted Greiner
  • (5 p.).
  • Reducing dietary bulk in cassava-based weaning foods by fermentation
  • Breatfeeding : a neglected household-level weaning-food resource
  • J Bradley
  • (27 p.).
  • Complementary foods problems
  • Ted Greiner
  • (5 p.).
  • Sorghum and millets in East Africa with reference to their use in weaning foods
  • M Seenappa
  • (16 p.).
  • Weaning food provision in refugee situations
  • N.L.V Mlingi
  • N.J Binkin
  • (10 p.).
  • Traditional weaning practices in Ethiopia
  • G Abate
  • (6 p.).
  • Weaning foods in Kenya : traditions and trends
  • Ruth K Oniang'o
  • (5 p.).
  • Food processing in Uganda with special reference to infant feeding
  • L Sserunjogi
  • (11 p.).
  • (9 p.).
  • Weaning foods in Rwanda and the potential of sprouted sorghum
  • M Ramakavelo
  • (7 p.).
  • Observations on child growth and weaning in Zimbabwe
  • J.R Mutumba
  • (4 p.).
  • Use of fermented foods in child feeding in Botswana
  • C Mokwena
  • (4 p.).
  • Fecal contamination of weaning foods in Zimbabwe
  • Weaning practices in Swaziland and social marketing to effect change
  • J.M Aphane
  • (8 p.)
  • C Simango
  • (5 p.).
  • Formulation and microbiological safety of cereal-based weaning foods
  • M.J.R Nout
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxi, 380 pages
Isbn
9780889365162
Lccn
89217577
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)22595147

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