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The African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development (AJFAND) is a peer reviewed scholarly journal. The journal is envisaged to enable dissemination and sharing of food and nutrition information issues on the continent. It taps social science, biochemical, food and nutrition related research and information. It also addresses issues related to agriculture, food security, and nutrition that affect Africa’s development and people’s livelihoods. It targets and is intended to serve the research and intellectual community; African and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs); African and development oriented bilateral and multilateral agencies; and African public institutions working towards solving food and nutrition problems through sound policies, and addressing issues that affect the African continent. AJFAND is open to both African and non-African contributors. Besides academic research, the journal provides an avenue for sharing information on national-level food and nutrition programs. QUALITY remains the driver of our efforts and not QUANTITY. The journal carries out a major mentoring and capacity building role for budding African scholars, and also gives visibility to African scholars in general by highlighting and sharing their work internationally.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.ajfand.net 


Vol 18, No 2 (2018)

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Articles

Evaluation of nutrients and anti-nutrient properties of traditionally prepared Treculia africana decne (bread fruit diet and toasted seeds) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.I. Runsewe-Abiodun, A.O. Aliyu, K.S. Oritogun 13272-13286
Production, microbiological and quality evaluation of low-fat spiced yoghurts with low glycemic loads EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.A. Akande, G.O. Adegoke 13287-13303
Agronomic performance of four upland rice genotypes under rainfed condition EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.K. Ndebeh, P Asumanah, J Ndebeh, P.G. Ndaloma, S.J.B. Lahai, D.M. Kolleh, J.K. Ahiakpa 13304-13316
Understanding intra-community disparity in food and nutrition security in a generally food insecure part of eastern Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Olum, D Ongeng, G.A. Tumuhimbise, M.J. Hennessy, I Okello-Uma, D Taylor 13317-13337
Production, processing and storage techniques of African nightshade (Solanum spp.) seeds and their correlations with farmers’ characteristics in western Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N.A. Ekhuya, J.M. Wesonga, M.O. Abukutsa–Onyango 13338-13351
Assessment of factors influencing farmers’ nutrition knowledge and intake of traditional African vegetables in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.J. Kimambo, M.M. Kavoi, J Macharia, N Nenguwo 13353-13371
Control of bacterial wilt (Ralstonia solanacearum) in potato (Solanum tuberosum) using rhizobacteria and arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.A. Aguk, N Karanja, E Schulte-Geldermann, C Bruns, Z Kinyua, M Parker 13371-13387
Constraints to production and preferred traits for taro (Colocasia esculenta) and new cocoyam (Xanthosoma mafaffa) in Togo, west Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Bammite, P.J. Matthews, D.Y. Dagnon, A Agbogan, K Odah, A Dansi, K Tozo 13388-13405
Application of a value chain approach to understanding white kenkey production, vending and consumption practices in three districts of Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Oduro-Yeboah, W Amoa-Awua, F.K. Saalia, B Bennett, T Annan, E Sakyi-Dawson, G Anyebuno 13406-13419
Duration of low temperature storage, clove topping and gibberellic acid on garlic sprouting and seedling vigor EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Bizuayehu, W Kebede, Wassu Wassu, A Bekele, T Getachew 13420-13437
Market valuation of processed fruit juice attributes in Uganda: what do market prices of processed fruit juice reflect? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Elepu 13438-13451
Field measurements and statistical analysis of perforated grating surfaces for grating fresh cassava into mash in Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G.Y. Obeng, D Opandoh, E Mensah 13451-13469
Identification des usages de Sclerocarya birrea (A. Rich) hoscht dans la zone du Ferlo (Senegal) et evaluation du potentiel biochimique et nutritionnel de son fruit EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.L. Sene, K Niang, G Faye, N Ayessou, M.B. Sagna, M Cisse, A Diallo, O.K. Cisse, M Gueye, A Guisse 13470-13489
A study of the relationship between consumers’ characteristics and purchases of branded maize flour: the case of Kampala, Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Jun, K Ross 13488-13501
Phenotypic screening of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp) genotypes for resistance to cowpea viral diseases EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.K. Tettey, E Asare-Bediako, T.A. Asare, H Amoatey 13502-13524
Gendered perspective on the fish value chain, livelihood patterns and coping strategies under climate change - insights from Malawi’s small-scale fisheries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.M. Limuwa, G Synnevåg 13521-13540
Complementary feeding practices among children under two years old in west Africa: a review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.M. Mitchodigni, W Amoussa Hounkpatin, G Ntandou-Bouzitou, C Termote, F.S.U. Bodjrenou, M Mutanen, D.J. Hounhouigan 13541-13557
Short Communications: Transforming rural livelihoods through cassava value addition, a case study of Cassava Adding Value for Africa Project (C:AVA) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Ogunyinka, V Guwelamgomba, L Kaitira, A Oguntuase, D Otim, K Otim
Book Review: Tapping philanthropy for development: Lessons Learned from a Public-Private Partnership in Rural Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Obiero Nicanor Odongo


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