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Publisher: African Studies Centre (1988)
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This is Part 4/5 of a series concerned with seasonality in the coastal lowlands of Kenya. The present report deals with food consumption and the nutritional condition of the study population.

This is Part 4/5 of a series concerned with seasonality in the coastal lowlands of Kenya. Household surveys were carried out in six locations in Kwale and Kilifi Districts in 1985-1987. Results show that the average energy intake in the sampled households is substantially lower than the reference requirements.

Third part of a five-part study on seasonal fluctuations in food supply and nutrition in the coastal lowlands of Kenya.

Second part of a series of reports on seasonality in Kwale and Kilifi Districts, Kenya.

Report ; no. 28. Pagination. Second part of a series of reports on seasonality in Kwale and Kilifi Districts, Kenya.

PDF Summary This study tests the null hypothesis that it is sufficient to. .Abstract: Maize is the major food crop grown in the coastal region of Kenya and constitutes a major

PDF Summary This study tests the null hypothesis that it is sufficient to interview only the household head to obtain accurate information o.It is one of 16 food and environmental organizations known as the Future Harvest. Abstract: Maize is the major food crop grown in the coastal region of Kenya and constitutes a major. component of the diet of the population in the region. However, average yields are far below the potential.

Muinga R W (1992) Nutrition and performance of dairy cows in coastal lowland .

Muinga R W (1992) Nutrition and performance of dairy cows in coastal lowland Kenya in relation to utilization of local feed resources. thesis, University of Aberdeen, UK. 255 . oogle Scholar. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Plant Production and Protection Series No. 2. FAO, Rome.

The system is widespread in Kenya and spans three climatic regions; from . In the coastal lowlands, both men and women performed most of the activities in livestock management (Figure 4). Me.

The system is widespread in Kenya and spans three climatic regions; from humid and sub-humid to semi-arid. The humid and sub-humid occurs mainly in the central highlands in areas around Mt Kenya and Aberdares, Rift Valley, western highlands and a narrow strip along the coastal lowlands. In this study, the different production systems of dairy cattle are reported as other ruminants were normally grazed. Men contributed highest labour in spraying/dipping (4. %) while for women it was fetching water (4. %).

Journal Title: Food and Nutrition Studies Programme.

Title: Seasonality in the coastal lowlands of Kenya: Part 2: Introduction to seasonality. Journal Title: Food and Nutrition Studies Programme. Publisher: African Studies Centre. net/1887/397 urn:isbn:9070110679.

This report examines the concept of seasonality, with a focus on Australia Geographic location – coastal, alpine, urban, peripheral regions al.

This report examines the concept of seasonality, with a focus on Australia. Seasonality presents a number of issues that require special attention and strategies. In particular, seasonality affects the number of tourists to a region and therefore can threaten the viability of businesses in a region. Seasonality has been studied in a number of ways; however, the concept relating to tourism activities is largely a temporal and spatial issue. Geographic location – coastal, alpine, urban, peripheral regions al.

The hotel industry is characterized by seasonality, which plays a major role in determining customer behavior. Seasons are categorized as Low, Green, and High/Peak, with each associated with different expectations and demands. The hotel industry is characterized by seasonality, which plays a major role in determining customer behavior. They result to variation in tourists' arrivals both domestic and foreign to destinations ranging from beaches, safaris, parks, just to mention but these.