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Variety for security: A case study of agricultural, nutritional and dietary diversity among smallholder farmers in Western Kenya

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Agricultural biodiversity, commonly referred to as agrobiodiversity, is that part of biodiversity that is geared towards agriculture and food production. Agrobiodiversity is said to contribute much to food and nutrition, but there is lack of data confirming this, particularly from Eastern Africa. To assess the extent of agrobiodiversity on smallholder farms and in local markets and to connect these to food intake and perceptions of food security among smallholder farmers in Western Kenya, ...

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SSD
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SOGE
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Geography
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University of Oxford
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Ng'endo, M
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English
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2016-01-19

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