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Record number 2171096
Title Under the lens of embeddedness : socio-cultural perspective on home-grown school feeding in Ghana
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Nashiru Sulemana
Author(s) Sulemana, Nashiru (dissertant)
Publisher Wageningen : Wageningen University
Publication year 2016
Description 201 pages figures, diagrams
Description 1 online resource (PDF, 201 pages) figures, diagrams
Notes Includes bibliographical references.-With summary in English
ISBN 9789462577800; 9462577803
Tutors Wiskerke, Prof. Dr. J.S.C. ; Hebinck, Dr. P.G.M. ; Millar, Prof.Dr. D.
Graduation date 2016-06-02
Dissertation no. 6367
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Keyword(s) rural areas / schools / school food service / rural development / agricultural development / ghana / west africa
Categories Food Policy
Publication type PhD thesis
Language English
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