Technical reports

Technical Reports


  1. Haggblade S, Babu SC, Harris J, Mkandawire E, Nthani D, Hendriks SL (2016).  Drivers of micronutrient policy change in Zambia: An application of the Kaleidoscope Model.  Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Working Paper No.C3-3. IFPRI: Washington DC.
  2. Hazell, H., Mawoyo, M., Jack, M.,Shindler, J., Marera, D.H., Mugo, H., Petersen, Z., Morake, L., Wenhold, F., Schönfeldt, H.C., Balchin, N. and Roscani, L. (2016) – Evaluation Report for Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) “Implementation Evaluation of the National School Nutrition Programme.
  3. Hendriks SL, Mkandawire E, Hall N, Oliver NJJ, Schönfeldt HC, Randall P, Morgan S, Babu S, and Haggblade S (2016).  Micronutrient Policy Change in South Africa: Implication for the Kaleidoscope Model for food security policy change.  Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Working Paper No.18. Institute for Food, Nutrition and Well-being, University of Pretoria, Pretoria. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.17998.66884
  4. Hendriks SL, Olivier NJJ and Schönfeldt HC (2015). Review of Food Security and Nutrition Policies in South Africa. Technical Report. Institute of Food, Nutrition and Well-being, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
  5. Hendriks SL, Viljoen AT, Marias D, Wenhold F, McIntyre AM, Ngidi MS, van der Merwe C, Annandale J, Kalaba M and Stewart D (2016).  Current rain-fed and irrigated production of food crops and its potential to meet all year round nutritional requirements of rural poor people in North West, Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape provinces. Project Report to the Water Research Commission Project number  K5/2172/4. Water Research Commission and University of Pretoria: Pretoria.
  6. Hendriks SL. (2016). Metrics, Analytical Questions and Tools for National Agriculture and Food Security Investment Plan Design, Appraisal, and Tracking. Note on Food Security and Nutrition. ReSAKSS/IFPRI, Washington DC.
  7. Hendriks, SL, Olivier NJJ, Olivier N. (2015). Comment on the Draft Early Childhood Development Policy. Submission to Parliamentary Committee. May 2015.
  8. Misselhorn A and Hendriks SL (2016).  The causes, experiences and consequences of food insecurity in South Africa: a systematic review of sub-national research. DST/NRF Centre of Excellence Working Paper no 1. University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
  9. Resnick D, Babu S, Haggblade S, Hendriks S and Mather  D (2015).   Conceptualizing drivers of policy change in agriculture, nutrition, and food security: The kaleidoscope model. Working Paper. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy. Michigan State University, International Food Policy research Institute and University of Pretoria.
  10. Schönfeldt, H.C., Hall, N. and Pretorius, B. (2016) Protein Integrity of Sports Supplements. Final report.
  11. Schönfeldt, H.C., Hall, N. and Van Heerden, I. (2015) ‘Red meat in Nutrition and Health – Communicating the current science about red meat as part of a healthy South African diet’, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. ISBN: 978-0-620-69665-6.
  12. Schönfeldt, H.C., Rajput, I., Pretorius, B., Hall, N. & Bester, M. (2013). A survey to investigate the SA consumer’s perception towards red meat (beef and sheep meat) – Focusing on LSM 1 – 4. Report to Red Meat Research and Development South Africa (RMRD SA).
  13. Schönfeldt, H.C., Van Deventer, M.M. and Pretorius, B. (2016) Calcium and vitamin D lacking in lactose intolerant persons’s diet. Literature review.
  14. Schönfeldt, H.C., Van Deventer, M.M. and Pretorius, B. (2016) Lactose containing milk is difficult to digest for lactose intolerant people. Literature review.
  15. Schönfeldt, H.C., Van Deventer, M.M. and Pretorius, B. (2016) Red Meat and Cancer in South Africa. Literature Review
  16. Schönfeldt, H.C., Van Deventer, M.M., Hall, N. and Pretorius, B. (2016) Nutrients that are lacking in the South African diet. Literature review.
  17. Steenekamp, S.,Webb, E.C. & Köster, H.H. (2012). Feedlot performance, carcass and meat characteristics of bulls fed 120mg R-Salbutamol for 30 or 40 days, 60mg Zilpaterol hydrochloride for 30 days or a control group fed no beta-agonist, Report to Animate Animal Health
  18. Webb, E.C. (2012). Assessment of the use of brine injection in poultry, Supreme – Cobrito project.

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