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Toward a Virtuous Circle ; A Nutrition Review of the Middle East and North Africa ; Human Development Network

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: Health, Nutrition, and Population SeriesPublication details: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank 1999, AugustEdition: 1. EdDescription: xv, 108 ppISBN:
  • 0-8213-4557-5
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 363 Other social problems and services
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Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Foreword; Preface; Abstract; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Executive Summary; Introduction - Good Nutrition and Economic Progress: A Virtuous Circle; Nutrition in MENA - Current Situation and Trends: Protein-Energy Disorders; Micronutrient Disorders; Causes, Consequences and Determinants of Nutrition Disorders: Breastfeeding and Complementary Feeding; Gender; Education and Cultural Background; Demographic Changes and Conflicts; Economic Development; Improving Nutrition in MENA Countries: Major Nutrition Issues in MENA Countries; Possible Strategies and Actions; Conclusion - Nutrition as a Priority Issue; Bibliography; Annex 1: Nutrition Disorders - Background Information; Annex 2: Possible Nutrition Interventions and Costs; Annex 3: Overview of Food and Health Issues in MENA Countries; Annex 4: Supplementary Data Analyses; Annex 5: MENA Nutrition Data Tables;
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from the Table of Contents: Foreword; Preface; Abstract; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Executive Summary; Introduction - Good Nutrition and Economic Progress: A Virtuous Circle; Nutrition in MENA - Current Situation and Trends: Protein-Energy Disorders; Micronutrient Disorders; Causes, Consequences and Determinants of Nutrition Disorders: Breastfeeding and Complementary Feeding; Gender; Education and Cultural Background; Demographic Changes and Conflicts; Economic Development; Improving Nutrition in MENA Countries: Major Nutrition Issues in MENA Countries; Possible Strategies and Actions; Conclusion - Nutrition as a Priority Issue; Bibliography; Annex 1: Nutrition Disorders - Background Information; Annex 2: Possible Nutrition Interventions and Costs; Annex 3: Overview of Food and Health Issues in MENA Countries; Annex 4: Supplementary Data Analyses; Annex 5: MENA Nutrition Data Tables;

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