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KEMRI Bioethics Review Vol VI  Iissue II 2016-page-001

                                                                                                                                                                                   

the researcher issue 2

 

 

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STUDY FAULTS EATING HABITS OF KENYA’S PREGNANT WOMEN.

Study 1A new study released Wednesday, 7th September 2016 by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) affirms that micronutrient deficiencies remains a major public health concern among women from diverse settings in Nairobi-Kenya.

The study by researchers from the Institute’s Centre for Public Health Research on the status of Iron, Zinc, Vitamins A and D nutritional knowledge & Dietary practices among pregnant women in Nairobi, Kenya confirms fears that more needs to be done to prevent and treat not just the deficiencies, but also the dietary needs of households.

Study by researchers, Dr. Elizabeth Echoka, Dr. Lydia Kaduka and Richard Mutisya among others, sought to establish the magnitude of micronutrient deficiencies in relation to food consumption patterns among pregnant women from Nairobi County.

The findings were presented to and discussed by fellow scientists, policy makers, stakeholders and nutritional players among them, Kenya’s Ministry of Health officials.

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KEMRI Triumph at Mombasa International ASK Show

ASK 1President Uhuru Kenyatta presents a Trophy to KEMRI’s Head, Corporate Affairs Davis Mkoji shortly after KEMRI won the Best Health Sector Stand at the Mombasa International ASK Show. Also in the picture is the Governor of Mombasa Ali Hassan Joho. KEMRI also scooped the Best Manufacturer’s Stand, the Second Best Stand in Research and Third Best Trade Stand.

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