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- Kankwamba, Henry, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Food security 2018 v.10 no.2 pp. 323-338
- agricultural development; agroecological zones; case studies; climate change; developing countries; econometrics; farmers; farms; household surveys; human nutrition; issues and policy; macroeconomics; risk reduction; Malawi
- ... Micro- and macroeconomic evidence suggest that the promotion of agricultural diversification in agriculture-based developing countries is beneficial. At the microeconomic level, increased agricultural diversification promotes human nutrition and raises household incomes, while allowing farmers to adapt to the challenges posed by climate change. Using Malawi as a case study, we analyzed the recent ...
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- Mycotoxin research 2016 v.32 no.1 pp. 27-36
- analysis of variance; cooking; corn; education; females; foods; fruits; human health; mycotoxins; questionnaires; risk; spoilage; surveys; Malawi
- ... This study assessed knowledge, attitude, and practices (KAP) of the public in Malawi on issues related to molds in foodstuffs. A survey involving structured questionnaire was conducted with 805 respondents from seven districts of Malawi. Descriptive statistics, t tests, and analyses of variance were calculated. A majority of respondents recognized that molds were dangerous to human health (88 %); ...