Volume 12 No. 1 (2012) "ENAM" Supplement
In this issue, we have the following articles:
Editorial: Ruth Oniang'o
Do Multiple Interventions Improve health and nutrition outcomes at the family level?
Peer Reviewed Articles:
- The nutrition-microcredit synergy: A case for multiple interventions and strategies
Grace Marquis and EK Colecraft
- Planning, design and implementation of the enhancing child nutrition through animal source food management (ENAM) project.
Esi Colecraft et al.
- Microcredit-nutrition education link: A case study analysis of Ghanaian women's experiences in income generation and family care.
Lorna Butler et al.
- Microenterprise development coupled with nutrition education can help increase caregivers' incomes and household accessibility to animal source foods.
Philip Homiah et al.
- Relationship between caregivers' income generation activities and their children's animal source food intake.
Aaron Christian et al.
- Enhancing backyard poultry enterprise perfomance in the techiman area: A value chain analysis.
Charles Asem-Bansah et al.
- Microfinance with education in rural Ghana: Men's perception of household level impact.
Lynda Hagan et al.
- Street foods contribute to nutrient intakes among children from rural communities in Winneba and Techiman municipalities, Ghana.
Elizabeth Micah et al.
- Participation in communal day care centre feeding programs is associated with higher diet quantity but not quality among rural Ghanaian children.
Kimberly Harding et al.
- Dietary intakes and iron status of vegetarian and non-vegetarian children in selected communities in Accra and Cape Coast, Ghana.
Katherene Osei-Boadi et al.
- Dietary intakes and body mass indices of non-pregnant, non-lactating (NPNL) women from the Coastal and Guinea savannah zones of Ghana.
Gloria Kobati et al.