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EAPRO Training for Improved Practice: Public Health and Nutrition in Emergencies
Practical training package for 10 days designed for UNICEF staff covering and public health and nutrition aspects of emergencies from assessment to design and monitoring programmes. 1. Welcome and Introductions 2. Policies, Practices and Decision Making 3. Basic Concepts 4. Rapid Assessments in Emergencies 5. Survey Methodology 6. Survey...
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SCN News No 26 – Mainstreaming Nutrition for Improved Development Outcomes
The SCN’s 30th Annual session focused on efforts to mainstream nutrition and accelerate progress in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The MDGs are a set of goals, targets and indicators to improve human development outcomes by 2015, and the nutrition community is poised to lead this process toward increased human well being. Yet the...
Published in 2003, by
Nutrition Policy Discussion Paper No 19 - What Works? A Review of the Efficacy and Effectiveness of Nutrition Interventions
This review takes the perspective of low-income Asia, because the study was commissioned by the Asian Development Bank to inform its policy dialogue with Asian governments. We believe the review will be useful for ADB and all development partners selecting nutrition interventions as stand-alone activities or components in integrated social development...
Published in 2001, by
SCN News No 20 - Nutrition and Agriculture
This issue of SCN News deals with nutrition and agriculture.
Published in 2000, by
Nutrition Policy Discussion Paper No 04 - Women's Role in Food Chain Activities and the Implications for Nutrition
We hope that the wide-ranging information herein will further the crucially important cause of women, specifically in relation to nutrition, in several ways. First, women's central role in providing for adequate nutrition - of families, communities, and indeed nations - in being described here in detail should help to give increased prominence to the need...
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