An interdisciplinary approach to optimum food utility of the peanut in SAT Africa
The general goal was to foster interdisciplinary (nutrition, food science, social and economic) institution-based linkages between U.S. and LDC scientists serving major peanut producing and consuming populations of the SemiArid Tropic regions of Africa for the purpose of optimizing the food utility of the peanut. The specific goal was consistent with the general goal of the Peanut CRSP to develop a collaborative research and development program on the peanut between scientists at Alabama A&M University, the University of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso, and other SAT countries (later Ghana was added).
Dr. Bharat Singh, food scientist
Alabama A&M University.
Dr. John C. Anderson, food scientist, Alabama A&M University
Dr. Casimir Akoh, food scientist, Alabama A&M University
Dr. M. Elena Castell-Perez, food scientist, Alabama A&M University.
Burkina Faso Collaborator:
Dr. Alfred Traore, University of Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso Cooperators:
Solibo Some, entomologist, University of Ouagadougou
Albert Ouedraogo, entomologi, University of Ouagadougou
Lactitia Ouedraogo, food technologist, University of Ouagadougou
Herve Campaore, food technologist, University of Ouagadougou
Francois T. Ouedraogo, food technologist, University of Ouagadougou
Dr. Philippe Sankara, phytopathologist, University of Ouagadougou.
Kafui Kopodo, food scientist, Food Research Institute, Accra, Ghana
Dr. Wisdom A. Plahar, food scientist, Food Research Institute, Accra, Ghana
Hodare-Okae, food microbiologist, Food Research Institute, Accra, Ghana
N.T. Annan, nutritionist/biochemist, Food Research Institute, Accra, Ghana