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The study was conducted in two regions Dar-es-salaam and Morogoro, the two regions were chosen because they are among highly populated regions in Tanzania, and therefore this simplified the data collection for the valid results.
The aim of this study was to assess the accessibility and utilization of web-based nutrition information in selected Web.
Three methods of data collection were employed: questionnaire survey; tracker application that records all people who have logged into the website; together with personal interviews with participants.
The study has shown that most of Tanzanian nutrition websites publish deductive information, information which is logic and reasoning way.
Also there are challenges facing the people in accessing the nutrition website.
Major challenge which has been seen is lack of knowledge on how to search the relevant information.
Also the website owners do have few skilled nutritionists who can manage or have the skills of websites.
The study has shown that generally there is poor accessibility and utilization of web-based nutrition information in Tanzanian nutrition websites.
David Mbwigawas born in Mgololo – Iringa - Tanzania on May 1990.
He is currently a young and Professionally Nutritionist in the Department of Nutrition, In Doctors with Africa Organization.He has written more than 10 scientific papers, books and Proposals in the field of Health and Nutrition.
His research interests are on Cyber Nutrition Knowledge.
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