Women and Water-Pumps in Bangladesh
The impact of participation in irrigation groups on women's status
|1 Milk processing 3|
|General methods of milk processing 3|
|Milk composition 4|
|Microbiology of milk 5|
|Classification of milk products 6|
|2 Traditional methods and products 9|
|Fermented milks 18|
|Miscellaneous milk products 25|
|3 Improving milk processing technologies 26|
|Sanitation and hygiene 27|
|Heat treatment 28|
|Testing milk quality 28|
|Improvements to cheesemaking 30|
|Improvements to buttermaking 36|
|Improvements to fermented milk processing 39|
|4 Socio-economic considerations 42|
|Understanding the context 42|
|Identifying constraints 43|
|Planning options 43|
|Checklist for increasing options for milk processing 47|
|5 Case studies 49|
|Buttermaking using an internal agitator, Ethiopia 49|
|Village dairy development in the Occupied Territories, Israel 49|
|Goat-cheesemaking and marketing, Chile 50|
|Goat and milk production, Argentina 52|
|Rural women's milk production, Bolivia 53|
|Traditional sweetmeats, Bangladesh 54|
|Mala milk, Tanzania 56|
|vi DAIRY PROCESSING|
|GLOSSARY OF TERMS 58|
|EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS 59|
|REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING 62|
Barbara van Koppen
Barbara van Koppen is a Principal Researcher at the International Water Management Institute, South Africa.
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