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Seeds of crisis: Gender restrictions and agriculture: A study of Kyakibuta, Uganda
Concerns about food security in Sub-Saharan Africa are not new. Policy makers, international agencies, and the media regularly focus on food in terms of malnutrition, hunger and even starvation during periods of crisis. ...
Tracking Time Use: Spatial and Temporal Influences on Development Among Ugandan Women Farmers
Despite billions of dollars invested each year in economic and human development programs worldwide, poverty still exists. From promotion of trade and job creation to establishment of microfinance programs, concepts abound ...
Nutrition and health of orphan and non-orphan children in Iganga District, Uganda
Malnutrition is associated with: 1) frequent illness episodes; 2) higher mortality; 3) delayed motor development; 4) lower cognitive function and school performance; 5) impaired work capacity as adults; 6) impaired ...