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Title: Safeguarding public health through control of food - borne diseases : assessment of risks of Campylobacteriosis and Salmonellosis associated with chicken production, processing and consumption in Morogoro municipality, Tanzania; performance assessment report
Authors: Economic and Social Research Foundation
Kessy, F.
Keywords: POULTRY
HEALTH HAZARDS
PUBLIC HEALTH
TRAINING
PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH
RESEARCH RESULTS
PROJECT EVALUATION
URBAN AGRICULTURE
TANZANIA
RESEARCH METHODS
FARMERS
PARTNERSHIP
INCOME GENERATION
BACTERIA
INFORMATION DISSEMINATION
Date: 2005
Publisher: Economic and Social Research Foundation, Dar es Salaam, TZ
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/29123
Project Number: 102019
Project Title: Health Risks and Benefits of Urban and Periurban Agriculture and Livestock Production
Access: IDRC Only
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