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Feeding Families: African Realities and British Ideas of Nutrition and Development in Early Colonial Africa
Tuesday, July 30, 2002
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Comparative details of African village nutritional conditions, as well as the specifics of British colonial scientific nutrition projects, are presented in this historical perspective on Africa's early colonial nutrition legacy.
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