Browsing by Project Number "108122"

Browsing by Project Number "108122"

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  • Reid, Dr. Gregor (2018-06)
    Based on field surveys, an estimated 234 production units (kitchens/PUs) are reaching approximately 258,000 people in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda per month. Overall, the project created a sustainable pro-poor model by which ...
  • Unknown author (2020-02-18)
    Researchers developed a probiotic yogurt strain found to improve weight gain in malnourished adults and children, reduce skin rashes, fight diarrhea, enhance immunity in HIV patients, and reduce adsorption of heavy metals ...
  • Kayiwa, Alex; Onyango, Arnold; Bazira, Dan; Reid, Gregor; Malisa, John; Kapella, Lazaro; Kanyamala, Maimuna; Owaygen, Marwan; Arinda, Nelson; Westerik, Nieke; Kort, Remco; Rernard, Neema; Ssebandeke, Robert; Sybesma, Wilbert; Matovu, William (2018-10)
    The “Fermented Food for Life” project improves food and nutrition security by increasing local production, distribution and consumption of health-promoting probiotic fermented yoghurt in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. In ...
  • Di Stefano, Elisa; White, Jessica; Seney, Shannon; Hekmat, Sharareh; McDowell, Tim (MDPI, Basel, Switzerland, 2017-05)
    This detailed study and trial demonstrates that probiotic Fiti sachets (one gram of a freeze-dried consortium of L. rhamnosus GR1 and S. thermophilus C106 starter culture), given to African communities to produce fermented ...
  • Odhiambo, Pamela; Atyang, Susan; Reid, Gregor (2018)
    Canadian researchers developed a probiotic yogurt strain found to improve weight gain, reduce skin rashes, reduce diarrhea, enhance immunity in HIV patients, and reduce adsorption of heavy metals. Another team created ...
  • Odhiambo, Pamela; Atyang, Susan; Reid, Gregor (2018)
    Des scientifiques ont mis au point des bactéries lyophilisées qui faciliteront la sécurité alimentaire en Afrique rurale en augmentant la production, la distribution et la consommation locales d'aliments probiotiques bons ...