Bundala, N. (2017): Can livestock production contribute to consumption of animal source foods? A case of rural Tanzania

Inadequate consumption of animal source foods, is a common problem in developing countries, including Tanzania. It is linked with persistence level of macro and micronutrient under-nutrition in the country. The problem is partly related to low understanding of the role of animal source foods in health and optimal nutrition status. This study examined the diets consumed by rural households of Dodoma and Morogoro regions in Tanzania, to assess the link between livestock production and consumption of animal source foods


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