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Articles have been grouped into three (3) categories. Click on the corresponding View Abstract link beside each item to Read the abstract of any of the articles.

(a) Articles that have already appeared in Refereed Conference Proceedings:

  • Bamire AS, VM Manyong, Sanusi R.A. and DO Awotide (2007).
    Ex-Ante cost benefit analysis of biofortification of cassava roots in Nigeria. Proceedings of the Ninth Triennial Symposium jointly organized by the International Society for Tropical Root Crops- Africa Branch (ISTRC-AB) and Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Mombasa, Kenya 1-5 November 2004. ISBN 978-99908-941-0-3. [View Abstract]

(b) Articles that have already appeared in Learned Journals:

  • Akinyele IO, Sanusi R.A., Omotola BD, Fadeyi TO, Aminu FT (1999).
    Comparative study on Nutrition, Early Childhood Education and Care in Ibadan, Nigeria. West African Journal of Foods & Nutrition. Vol 2 No. 1 pp 1 – 15. (Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Akinyele IO (1999).
    Assessment of maternal nutrition during pregnancy in Ibadan. West African Journal of Foods & Nutrition. Vol 2 no 1 pp 73 – 77. (Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Omoni AO (2000).
    Birth weight and Pregnancy weight gain in Ibadan, Nigeria. West African Journal of Foods & Nutrition. Vol 2 no 3 pp 6 – 11. (Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Victoria A. Oredipe (2002).
    Nutritional status in Pregnancy and Prediction of low birth weight: Evaluation of a Table of Reference. Tropical Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 19 (2) pp 63 – 67. (Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Yekeen IA, Sanusi R.A., Ketiku AO (2003).
    Prevalence of obesity and high level of cholesterol in hypertension ( A review of data from the University College Hospital Ibadan). African Journal of Biomedical Research Vol.6 (2003): 129-132. (Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. (2003).
    Development and Evaluation of weights and height reference data for young adults (18 – 24yr) in Ibadan, Nigeria. African Journal of Biomedical Research Vol.6 (2003):133-136 (Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Calfos LE, Ketiku AO, Akinlade KS, Kuti M, Oduwole OO, Onyeaghala AA (2005).
    Dietary Salt Intakes in Adult Nigerians Using 24-Hour Sodium Excretion Method. European Journal Of Scientific Research Vol. 4; No 4(2005):69-78 (Euro Journals/ Austria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Nwozo Sarah, Akande Olatunde Olabanji (2005).
    Any Nutritional Benefits in Mid-Morning School Meals? A Comparative Study Of Three Primary Schools in Ibadan. European Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 7; No 3 (2005):58-67 (Euro Journals/ Austria).[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Manyong VM, Akinyele IO, Bamire ASA, Oginni AB (2005).
    Food Consumption Pattern And Household Food Insecurity in Two Communities in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. European Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 7; No 5 (2005):74-84 (Euro Journals/ Austria).[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Isaac Olaolu Akinyele (2005).
    Development of Predictive Models for Success in Community-Based, Nutrition-Relevant Programmes and Projects. European Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 8; No 1 (2005):57-65 (Euro Journals./ Austria).[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Osigbesan OT, Yusuf OB, Oginni AB (2005).
    Neck Circumference in Identifying Overweight Nigerians: Evaluating and Validating A Simple Tool. European Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 9; No 2 (2005):6-16. (Euro Journals/ Austria).[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Samuel Folake Olukemi, Jimoh Ahmed Adeyemi, Agbonkhese Rachael Omoye (2005).
    Obesity and Hypertension Amongst Market Men and Women in Ibadan, Nigeria. European Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 9; No 3 (2005):16-24. (Euro Journals/ Austria).[View Abstract]

  • Mabel Charles-Davies, Ganiyu Arinola, Rasaki Sanusi, Babatunde Osotimehin.
    Immunoglobulling Classes And Nutritional Factors In Plasma And Breast Milk Of Lactating Mothers In Nigeria. Iran Journal Of Immunology Vol. 3; No.4, Autumn 2006:181-186. (Shiraz/ Iran)[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A, Dosumu K.O, Nwozo S, Oginni A.B.
    Zinc Intake of Adults In Ibadan, Nigeria. European Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 14; No 2 (2006):244-251 (Euro Journals/ Austria) [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Badejo Catherine Adebukola, Yusuf Bidemi Oyindamola (2006).
    Measuring Household Food Insecurity in Selected Local Government Areas of Lagos and Ibadan, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal Of Nutrition 5(1):62-67, 2006. (Faisalabad/ Pakistan)[View Abstract]

  • Busie B. Maziya-Dixon, Isaac O. Akinyele, Rasaki A. Sanusi, Tunde E. Oguntona, Sagary K. Nokoe, and Ellen W. Harris.
    Vitamin A Deficiency Is Prevalent in Children Less Than 5 years of Age in Nigeria Journal Of Nutrition Vol. 136, No 8;2006:2255-2260. (Pennsylvania/USA) .[View Abstract]

  • Abua S, Ajayi OA, Sanusi R.A. (2008).
    Adequacy of Dietary Iodine in Two Local Government Areas of Cross River state of Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 7 (1):40-43. (Faisalabad/ Pakistan).[View Abstract]

  • Ogunjuyigbe PO, Ojofeitimi EO, Sanusi R.A.,Orji EO, Akinlo A, Liasu SA, Owolabi OO (2008).
    Food Aversion during pregnancy: a major Cause of poor pregnancy outcome in Nigeria. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine vol.3 no 7, July 2008: pp389-397. (Beijing / China ). [View Abstract]

  • Ojofeitimi EO, Ogunjuyigbe PO, Sanusi R.A., Orji EO, Akinlo A, Liasu SA, Owolabi OO (2008).
    Poor Dietary Intake of Energy and Retinol among Pregnant women: implications for pregnancy outcome in Southwest Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 7 (3) May-June:480-484. (Faisalabad/ Pakistan). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A., Ogunro Y and Nwozo S (2008).
    Effect of Storage time on Ascorbic acid content of selected ‘Made in Nigeria’ fruit Preserves. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 7 (6): 730-732. {paper accepted January 2008}. (Faisalabad/ Pakistan).[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Ekerette NN (2008).
    Nutrition and Goitre status of primary school children in Ibadan, Oyo state of Nigeria. African Journal of Biomedical Research vol 12 (2009); 37-41 . (Ibadan / Nigeria)[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Falana Olubisi Adeyinka (2008).
    The nutritional Status of mothers practicing breastfeeding in Ibadan. African Journal of Biomedical Research vol 12, No 2 May 2009, 107-112.(Ibadan/Nigeria). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A.. and Adebiyi AE (2009).
    Proximate and mineral composition of commonly consumed foods in Nigeria. Nig. J Nutr. Sci vol 30, No 2, pp54-63.(Nsukka/Nigeria)[View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Gbadamosi AO (2009).
    Do Mothers’ Knowledge and Practice of “Child Survival Strategies” Affect the Nutritional Status of Their Children? Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 8 (9):1506-1511. (Faisalabad/ Pakistan). [View Abstract]

  • Sanusi R.A. and Adebiyi AE (2009).
    Beta-Carotene Content of Commonly Consumed Foods and Soups in Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 8(9): 1512-1516. (Faisalabad/ Pakistan).[View Abstract]

(c) Technical Reports and Monographs:

  • Laolu Akinyele, Sanusi R.A., Alexandra Hart (1993).
    UNDP/IFAD assisted artisanal fisheries, development Project: Baseline survey on Health, Sanitation and Nutrition (in Akwa Ibom, Cross River and Rivers State). UNDP/IFAD

  • Akinyele IO, Isamah A, Sanusi R.A. (1993).
    Evaluation and Sustainability analysis of Unicef assisted area-based programmes in Ejigbo and Orire LGA in the Unicef B zone of Nigeria. UNICEF

  • Akinyele IO, Adelekan DA, Sanusi R.A. (1994).
    Nigeria: World Bank Qualitative Studies, Access of the Poor to basic service in Ondo State. World Bank

  • Keshinro OO, Akinyele IO, Ajayi OA, Sanusi R.A. and Fadupin GT (2003).
    A family acceptability study for double fortified salt (DFS) using rural households in Nigeria. Micronutrient Initiative Canada.

  • Sanusi R.A. (2003).
    Issues Paper on IFAD-assisted Projects in Nigeria submitted to Food basket Foundation International, on the Community Based Food and Nutrition Information System Development for Action amongst vulnerable groups within IFAD projects. IFAD/FBFI.

  • B. Maziya-Dixon, IO Akinyele, EB Oguntona, S Nokoe, Sanusi R.A. and EW Harris (2004).
    Nigeria Food Consumption and Nutrition Survey 2001-2003. Summary. IITA/USAID/UNICEF/USDA.

  • Manyong VM, Bamire AS, Banea M, Sanusi R.A., Nahimana G, Awotide DO, Dixon AGO, and Akinyele IO (2005).
    Impact and Policy Analysis of Bio-fortified Cassava-based Diets in West and Central Africa. Harvest Plus / IITA/PRONANUT-DRCongo/FBFI-Nigeria.

  • Sanusi R.A. and Akinyele IO (2006).br>NIGERIA: Per Capita Consumption of Vitamin A-fortified Wheat/maize flour, Sugar and Vegetable Oil. UNICEF/Nigeria.

  • B Maziya-Dixon, EB Oguntona, E Harris, S Nokoe, V Manyong, IO Akinyele, and Sanusi R.A. (2006).
    Food Instruction Booklet ISBN 978 131 277 7 Nigeria Food Consumption and Nutrition Survey 2001-2003.. Ibadan IITA; 122 pages.

  • B Maziya-Dixon, S Nokoe, V Manyong, E Harris, IO Akinyele, EB Oguntona, EB Oguntona, and Sanusi R.A. (2006).
    Report on Survey Design and Operation. ISBN 978 131 314 5. Nigeria Food Consumption and Nutrition Survey 2001-2003. Ibadan IITA; 120 pages.

  • B Maziya-Dixon, F Onyezili, EB Oguntona, SE Harris, Sanusi R.A., S Nokoe, V Manyong, D Almustafa and IO Akinyele (2006).
    2001-2003 Interviewer’s manual. ISBN 978 131 313 7. Nigeria Food Consumption and Nutrition Survey 2001-2003. Ibadan IITA;126pages.

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