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The future of nutrition in Africa is bright

  • Mohamed Ag Ayoya, Joseph Mensah-Homiah, Nkosinathi VN Mbuya, Jacqueline Kung'u and Cutberto Garza...
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1Ag Ayoya, M, Mandimika, T, Mbuya, M, Mbuya, N, Mensah-Homiah, J, Garza, C. The African Nutrition Graduate Student Network: a new initiative for nutrition in Africa. Public Health Nutrition 2004; 7(2): 359.
2Mensah-Homiah, J, Mbuya, NV, Mutuku, J. African Graduate Nutrition Students Network's Contribution to Capacity Development to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals in Africa. [online]. Available at http://www.unsystem.org/scn/publications/annualmeeting/SCN31/AGSNet.htm. Accessed 15 03 2006.
3Mbuya, NMV. Reflections and visions of a young African nutritional scientist: talk given during the closing ceremony at the 18th International Congress of Nutrition. Public Health Nutrition 2006; 9(1): 14.

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