Culture and Food Habits in Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo

@inproceedings{Lyana2014CultureAF,
  title={Culture and Food Habits in Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo},
  author={Ally Z. Lyana and Nlooto M Manimbulu},
  year={2014}
}
KEYWORDS Nutrition. Food-security. Indigenous Knowledge. HIV/AIDS. Community ABSTRACT The paper is based on a study which used primary and secondary sources to examine the influence of culture on food habits in Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.The study revealed that culture impacted on food habits, through food production, distribution, and consumption. The other factor considered was the HIV/AIDS. As community knowledge-holders die of AIDS, they take with them their local… CONTINUE READING

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