3 edition of dietary survey among the Zande of the south-western Sudan found in the catalog.
dietary survey among the Zande of the south-western Sudan
Culwick, G. M. Mrs.
by Agricultural Publications Committee, Ministry of Agriculture, Sudan Govt. in Khartoum
Bibliography: p. 168.
|Statement||by G. M. Culwick ; with a clinical note by P. H. Abbott.|
|LC Classifications||TX360.S75 C84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||80497905|
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Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document. Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Culwick, G. M., Mrs. Title: A dietary survey among the Zande of the south-western Sudan Published By: Original publisher Khartoum: Agricultural Publications Committee, Ministry of Agriculture ?method=citation&forward=browseAuthors.
This report describes the first detailed dietary survey in the Sudan, made between July and June to assess the nutritional state of the population.
Information gathered from 14 groups scattered throughout the district occupied by the Zande tribe included qualitative records of food eaten for periods varying from group to group, 3-day quantitative records from 9 of the groups, height Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph A dietary survey among the Zande of the south-western Sudan Published By: Original publisher A dietary survey among the Zande of the south-western Sudan Khartoum: Agricultural Publications Committee, Ministry of Agriculture, Sudan ?method=citation&forward=browseAuthors.
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Anderson --The Azande, and related peoples of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan and Belgian Congo / P.T.W. Baxter The food consumption patterns varies among the regions and population.
The goal of this paper is to determine the dietary food consumption patterns for the rural farm househol :// /_Dietary_food_consumption_patterns_in_Sudan. A History of South Sudan: From Slavery to Independence is the first book to offer a comprehensive overview of South Sudan's contemporary predicament and its relationship to a history of oppressive authoritarian :// Discovery of the uses and later the invention of fire-making are fundamental to humanity.
Following reports over the last decade of traces of fire found on Lower Pleistocene archaeological sites in eastern Africa, the dating of the control of fire by hominids has become a controversial issue.
In this paper we critically review the contexts and, in the light of a battery of archaeometric TUDES ET ESSAIS EVAN S-PRI TCHA RD Sources with Particular Reference to the Southern Sudan* Having taken my degree at Oxford in modern history after having specialized in the same subject at school have since began to read anthropological literature been astonished at the very uncritical use of sources displayed in it There is little often no attempt made such as any good historian would The ethnic term Azande refers to a culturally diverse group of peoples who, over the past two hundred years, have been brought together under the governments of a number of distinct kingdoms.
Little is known of their history prior to this period. Reliable first-hand accounts of the Azande only began to appear toward the middle of the nineteenth Enterprises were established to gin cotton and weave cloth and to produce edible oils, soap, and other products from cotton.
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A dietary diversity score (DDS) was constructed to measure the dietary patterns based on the 24 h recall method. The mean DDS among the sample children was (95% confidence interval: –, range 1 to 9) with a standard deviation of The double burden of malnutrition is the coexistence of overnutrition (overweight and obesity) alongside undernutrition (stunting and wasting), at all levels of the population—country, city, community, household, and individual.
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