The effects of sugarcane production on food security, health, and nutrition in Kenya: a longitudinal analysis
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Sugarcane industry Kenya South Nyanza District.; Agriculture Economic aspects Kenya South Nyanza District.; Food security Kenya South Nyanza District.; Cost and standard of living Kenya South Nyanza District.;
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