SUPPORTED DISSERTATIONS
DR. HERMANN EISELEN PH.D. PROGRAM
DIETS, HIDDEN HUNGER AND FOOD HABITS

A total of 7 dissertations were supported in the thematic area of diets, hidden hunger and food habits:

  • Germer, Aminata, Food habits and nutrition security in West Africa. Practices from Southwestern Burkina Faso, 2020 Summary as View-PDF
  • Kariuki, Lucy Wanjiru , Cultural food taboos, dietary pattern, consumption of non-food items and the potential of underutilized vegetables in reducing micronutrient malnutrition in pregnant women in Kenya , 2019 Summary as View-PDF
  • Keflie, Tibebeselassie Seyoum , Nutrition and tuberculosis in Ethiopia: The role of vitamin D2derived from sun exposed oyster mushroom on the treatment outcomes of tuberculosis, 2019 Summary as View-PDF
  • Ludwig, Till, Consumption Choices. The effects of food production, markets and preferences on diets in India, 2019 Summary as View-PDF
  • Ergashev, Alisher, Analysis of fruit and vegetable supply, demand, diet quality and nutrition in Uzbekistan, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Mburu, Samuel Kahumu, Incomes and Asset Poverty Dynamics and Child Health among Pastoralists in Northern Kenya, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Jati, Ignasius Radix Astadi Praptono, Improving the consumption pattern, dietary assessment tool, and food quality: An integrated approaches to enhance nutrition security in Indonesia, 2013 Summary as View-PDF