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The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of protocols employed in replacement/artificial feeding using commercial infant formula.
The study was carried out in the different suburban locations of Harare, Zimbabwe.
A sample size of 20 mothers/caregivers giving commercial infant formula to their babies at between 0-6 months was targeted; convenience and snowball sampling techniques were used to identify the participants.
Interviews using a structured questionnaire were conducted and complemented by direct observation of the participants as they conducted the procedures used in infant formula preparation.
The results were tallied against a checklist of recommended practices and data analyzed using Microsoft Excel and SPSS 16.
A set of recommendations and areas of further research are highlighted based on the findings of the study.
Born 11 November 1963.
A mother of 5.O Level examiner 1995-1997BSc Home Economics.Masters in Human NutritionPHD student in Food Science and Nutrition.Lecturer at Midlands State University, Gweru ZimbabweShe is an A Level Food Science resource person in Gweru, Zimbabwe.
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