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Journal Article
Hurst, Rachel, Edwin WP Siyame, Scott D Young, Allan DC Chilimba, Edward JM Joy, Colin R Black, Louise E Ander, Michael J Watts, Benson Chilima, and Jellita Gondwe. "Soil-type influences human selenium status and underlies widespread selenium deficiency risks in Malawi." Scientific reports (2013).
Journal Article
Chilimba, Allan DC, Scott D Young, Colin R Black, Katie B Rogerson, Louise E Ander, Michael J Watts, Joachim Lammel, and Martin R Broadley. "Maize grain and soil surveys reveal suboptimal dietary selenium intake is widespread in Malawi." Scientific reports (2011).
Journal Article
Joy, Edward JM, Diriba B Kumssa, Martin R Broadley, Michael J Watts, Scott D Young, Allan DC Chilimba, and Louise E Ander. "Dietary mineral supplies in Malawi: spatial and socioeconomic assessment." BMC Nutrition 1, no. 42 (2015).
Journal Article
Joy, Edward, Martin Broadley, Michael Watts, Allan Chilimba, Scott Young, Louise Ander, and Colin Black. "Estimates of Dietary Mineral Supply in Malawi Based on Soil Type and Household Survey Data." European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety 5, no. 5 (2015): 642-643.
Journal Article
Siyame, Edwin WP, Rachel Hurst, Anna A Wawer, Scott D Young, Martin R Broadley, Allan DC Chilimba, Louise E Ander, Michael J Watts, Benson Chilima, and Jellita Gondwe. "A high prevalence of zinc-but not iron-deficiency among women in rural Malawi: a cross-sectional study." International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 83, no. 3 (2013): 176-187.
Thesis or Dissertation
Ofoulhast-Othamot, Gildas Allan. "The dangers of natural resources decentralization: Decentralized forest management,(local) development and the making of a Big Man in the Dimako Council, Cameroon." Master of Arts Political Science, University of Pittsburgh, 2011.
Journal Article
Watts, MJ, EJM Joy, SD Young, MR Broadley, ADC Chilimba, RS Gibson, EWP Siyame, AA Kalimbira, B Chilima, and EL Ander. "Iodine source apportionment in the Malawian diet." Scientific Reports (2015).
Working Paper
Cain, Allan, and Martin Mulenga. "Water service provision for the peri-urban poor in post-conflict Angola." Human Settlements Working Paper Series (2009).
Report
Miller, Candace, Lora Sabin, Bram Brooks, Maxton Tsoka, Heather Rybasack, McDonald Chitekwe, Allan Dyless, Emmanuel Kambalame, and Zione Themba. Evaluation of the child status index tool: a validation study in Malawi. : Boston University, 2010.
Report
Hruska, Allan J, and Carrie Osborne. NicaSalud & Umoyo Network: Lessons learned from establishing and managing health networks in Nicaragua and Malawi. Washington, DC, USA: NGO Networks for Health, 2003.
Book
Altaf, Zafar, Kaiser Bengali , Allan Jury, Gautam Hazarika, Michael Kugelman, Kenneth I MacDonald, Roshan Malik, Sohail J Malik, Abid Q Suleri, and Saadia Toor. Hunger Pains: Pakistan’s Food Insecurity. Washington, DC, USA: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2010.
Working Paper
Mundia, Aloysius Y, and Allan R Mbewe. "National Health-Care Waste Management Plan 2004-2006." ().
Working Paper
Banana, Abwoli Y, Patrick Byakagaba, Aaron M. J Russell, Daniel Waiswa, and Allan Bomuhangi. "A Review of Uganda’s National Policies Relevant to Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: Insights from Mount Elgon." (2014).
Journal Article
Osborne, Allan. "Rural development in Botswana: a qualitative view." Journal of Southern African Studies 2, no. 2 (1976): 198-213.
Report
Bright, Helen, Junior Davis, Monica Janowski, Allan Low, and Douglas Pearce. Rural non-farm livelihoods in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the reform process: A literature review. Chatham Maritime, Kent, United Kingdom: Natural Resources Institute , 2000.
Journal Article
Austin, Anne, Wafaie Fawzi, and Allan Hill. "Anaemia among Egyptian Children between 2000 and 2005: trends and predictors." Maternal & Child Nutrition (2011).
Journal Article
Allan, Jo-anne, and Statistics New Zealand. "International Concepts and Classificasions." Review of the Measurement of Ethnicity (2001).
Journal Article
Austin, Anne, Allan Hill, and Wafaie Fawzi. "Maternal obesity trends in Egypt 1995-2005." Maternal & Child Nutrition (2011).
Journal Article
Weeks, John R, Arthur Getis, Allan G Hill, M.Saad Gadalla, and Tarek Rashed. "The fertility transition in Egypt: Intraurban patterns in Cairo." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94, no. 1 (2004): 74-93.
Journal Article
Stoler, Justin, Günther Fink, John R Weeks, Richard Otoo, Joseph Ampofo, and Allan Hill. "When urban taps run dry: Sachet water consumption and health effects in low income neighborhoods of Accra, Ghana." Health & Place (2011).
Journal Article
Weeks, John R, Arthur Getis, Allan Hill, Samuel Agyei-Mensah, and David Rain. "Neighborhoods and fertility in Accra, Ghana: An AMOEBA-based approach." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100, no. 3 (2010): 558-578.
Journal Article
Marshall, Gul A, and Allan L Furr. "Factors That Affect Women's Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence in Turkey." Violence and Victims 25, no. 2 (2010): 265-277.
Journal Article
Temu, Emmanuel A, Caroline Maxwell, Godwil Munyekenye, Annabel Howard, Stephen Munga, Silas W Avicor, Rodolphe Poupardin, Joel J Jones, Richard Allan, Immo Kleinschmidt, and Hilary Ranson. "Pyrethroid Resistance in Anopheles gambiae, in Bomi County, Liberia, Compromises Malaria Vector Control." PLOS ONE (2012).
Report
Pineda Burgos, Allan Edgardo, Marco Antonio Agüero Rodríguez , and Sandra Karina Espinoza. The Impact of ICT on Vegetable Farmers in Honduras. 2011.
Working Paper
Allcott, Hunt, Allan Collard-Wexler, and Stephen D O'Connell. "How Do Electricity Shortages Affect Productivity? Evidence from India." NBER Working Paper , no. 19977 (2014).
Journal Article
Mantey, Saviour, Simon KY Gawu, Richard K Amankwah, and Alfred Allan Duker. "Spatial Dependency of Buruli Ulcer Disease on Geological Settings in Ghana." International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (2012).
Journal Article
Mantey, Saviour, Richard K Amankwah, and Alfred Allan Duker. "Spatial Dependency of Buruli Ulcer on Potential Surface Runoff and Potential Maximum Soil Water Retention." International Journal of Research In Medical and Health Sciences 3, no. 5 (2014).
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