Link To Us
Book Lists Home
Health Policy Books
Add To My Book List
Feeding Families: African Realities and British Ideas of Nutrition and Development in Early Colonial Africa
Tuesday, July 30, 2002
Number of Pages:
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.
Post a book review for this title
No reviews for this title. Be the first to post a review.
More Health Policy Books
Disentitlement?: The Threats Facing Our Public Health Care Programs and a Right-Based Response (Medicine)
Leaders and Healthcare Organizational Change: Art, Politics and Process
Benchmarks for Science Literacy (Benchmarks for Science Literacy, Project 2061)
The Cigarette Papers
Right Dog for the Job: Ira's Path from Service Dog to Guide Dog
Understanding and Changing Health Behaviour: From Health Beliefs to Self-Regulation
The Global Threat of New and Reemerging Infectious Diseases: Reconciling U.S.National Security and Public Health Policy
Using Cost-Effectiveness Analysis to Improve Health Care: Opportunities and Barriers
Coping with Physical Loss and Disability: A Workbook (New Horizons in Therapy)
One-Tier Medicine: A Family Doctor\'s Cure for the Ills of Medicare
More Health Policy Books ...
Copyright © 2010 Biohealthmatics.com. All Rights Reserved.
Terms & Conditions
Can't find what you are looking for? View our
Also try visiting
PaidEmployment.com for more career resources
TDS Platform- An Online e-Health Platform
Last Updated: 24 November 2007.