The purpose of this research was to explore the current efforts using spirulina as a malnutrition treatment in Kenya. There are currently five spirulina cultivation sites that growing spirulina, four of which are located in the Nyanza Province. Their production and scope of advocacy efforts are limited. Some of the cultivation sites have a better quality control measures and strategic plan in place for expanding cultivation. Significant efforts need to be made to improve the scope of production and create links with nutrition experts in other non-governmental organizations and at the national level.
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Food Science | Growth and Development | International and Community Nutrition
Harris, Kari N., "The Prospects of Using Athrospira platensis as a Malnutrition Treatment in Kenya" (2010). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 966.