An Interdisciplinary Study
Edited By Sunday Paul Bako and Frank Olwari
LA N G Su nd ay P au l B ak o / F ra nk O lw ar i ( ed s. ) · P ro m ot in g N on -A ni m al P ro te in S ou rc es in S ub -S ah ar an A fr ic a Support AfricA internAtionAl Studies in sub-Saharan Africa Sunday Paul Bako / Frank Olwari (eds.) Promoting Non-Animal Protein Sources in Sub-Saharan Africa An Interdisciplinary Study PETER LANG Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften 5 UT ScIENTIIS ILLUmINENTUR GENTES AFRIcAE LA N G F. - T h. G ot tw al d/ S . K ei no /T . R . F ay ey e (e ds .) · F os te ri ng S ub si st en ce A gr ic ul tu re , F oo d Su pp lie s a nd H ea lt h in S ub -S ah ar an A fr ic a The research results point to the need of sustaining plant protein sources to large populations in sub-Saharan Africa that have no access to meat. Proteins are essential components of the human body and therefore indispensable for human life. Malnutrition and diseases are often caused because of the lack of sufficient proteins. Since animal sources of protein are out of reach to more than 85% of the people of sub-Saharan Africa, the challenge is to make protein otherwise accessible, available and affordable to the ordinary man. Owing to the influence of climate change and population explosion, the...
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