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Measuring the impact of HIV and AIDS on agricultural production in Botswana
(Botswana College of Agriculture; http://www.bca.bw/Research/bojaasBca/Bojass_JournalsIndex1.htm, 2007-01)
With an estimated 38% of the sexually active population infected, Botswana has one of the highest prevalence rates of HIV and AIDS. Since HIV and AIDS affect the most productive section of the population, it is expected ...
Determinants of the nutritional status of children in a rural African setting: the case of Chobe district, Botswana
(United Nations University Press. http://www.unu.edu, 1998)
Variations in interdistrict nutritional status have puzzled both social policy makers and health workers in Botswana. A total of 643 households and 898 pre-school children were surveyed to determine factors that are ...
Awareness and use of nutrition information on food packages among consumers in Maseru (Lesotho)
(Rural Outreach Program. http://www.bioline.org., 2007)
Food product labelling has become a popular policy tool, particularly with respect to the provision of nutrition and health information. Nutrition labelling is a valuable tool in learning how to apply nutrition information ...