Francis Kweku Amagloh

Name:
Francis Kweku Amagloh
Organization:
University for Development Studies
Functions:
Food Product Development, Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture
Nationality:
Ghana
Gender:
Male
Languages:
English
Locations:
Ghana
Keywords:
vitamin A, biofortified crops, malnutrition, developing countries, Ghana,
Areas of Expertise:
Food science and technology | Nutrition
Education Qualifications :

Masters

  • Field of specialization: Food Processing Technology
  • Year: 2006
  • College: Kwame Nkrumah Univeristy for Science and Technology

PhD

  • Field of specialization: Human Nutrition
  • Year: 2012
  • College: Massey University

Publications and Other Works

Complementary food blends and malnutrition among infants in Ghana: A review and a proposed solution

Janet L. Weber, Louise Brough, Allan Hardacre, Anthony N. Mutukumira, Jane Coad, Francis Kweku Amagloh

PRES07_CAREY_SSP_WA

Richard Atuna, Kwabena Asare, Yussif Alhassan, Daniel Akansake, Kwadwo Adofo, Kwabena Acheremu, Ted Carey, Ebenezer Obeng-Bio, Francis Kweku Amagloh, Eric Dery, Eric Owusu Mensah, SOME Koussao, Solomon Afuape, Jude Njoku, Putri Ernawati Abidin

Sweet potato-based complementary food for infants in low-income countries

Allan Hardacre, Anthony N. Mutukumira, Janet L. Weber, Louise Brough, Jane Coad, Francis Kweku Amagloh

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