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African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Rural Outreach Program
ISSN: 1684-5358 EISSN: 1684-5374
Vol. 8, Num. 3, 2008

African Journal of Food Agriculture Nutrition and Development, Vol. 8, No. 3, Sept, 2008


Ruth Oniang'o


Code Number: nd08022

Dear Readers

I am happy to announce the publication of our twentieth issue, Vol. 8 No 3. In this issue we have 9 good articles which I am sure you will enjoy reading. I wish to urge you not to hesitate contacting us with questions and even compliments for specific authors since such unsolicitated reactions do a lot to encourage all of those that are involved in this task. We have something new in our Eating Healthy section and are now introducing a CV section. If you wish your full CV to be posted for jobs or consultancies, please upadte it and send it in together with your convincing photograph. This section will be free for now until it picks up.

I wish to thank all our reviewers including those who have volunteered to serve following my call. I wish to remind that our dedicated reviewers are not paid but I am sure they themselves know what they get out of working with us, real satisfaction of their own intellectual output. Let me also thank our authors who increasingly are giving us quality work.

We still do not have anywhere near adequate funding and would like to appeal to anyone with quality scientific papers to pay us USD 2000 to produce an online supplement for them. In addition, organizations which fund agricultural research and affiliated disciplines could get into partnership with us to ensure such material gets published where it can be made full use of.

The articles in this issue are as follows:

  • The burden of malaria and malnutrition among children less than 14 years of age in a rural village of Cameroon.
    Theresa Nkuo-Akenji et al.

  • Factors likely to enhance mycotoxin introduction into the human diet through maize in Kenya.
    Wilkister Nyaora Moturi

  • Productivity of goats and their contribution to household food security in high potential areas of East Africa: A case of Mgeta, Tanzania..
    Lars Olav Eik et al.

  • The effectiveness of a novel steaming method in improving small scale syobean dehulling.
    Joseph Mpagalile et al.

  • Commercialization of ruspolia nitidula (nsenene grasshoppers) in Central Uganda.
    Jacob Agea et al.

  • Influence of variety, growth location and storage conditions on development of hard-to-cook defect in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris. L).
    John Muyonga et al.

  • Effects of fruits and vegetables on electolytes and blood pressure of hypertensive patients seen in Nigeria.
    Sylvester Idogun et al.

  • Effects of milk preservation using the lactoperoxidase system on processed yoghurt and cheese quality.
    Asaah Ndambi et al.

We believe we are now on track. THANK YOU.

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