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Bibliography

(References, recommended reading)

1 Manual on feeding infants and young children, Cameron M. and Hofvander Y., Oxford University Press, 1983.

2 Nutrition in Times of Disaster, United Nations Administrative Committee for Coordination, Subcommittee on Nutrition, and the International Nutrition Planners Forum. Presented as a report on an international conference; Geneva, September 27-30,1988.

3 Protein-Energy Malnutrition, Waterlow J.C. Eduard Arnold, London, 1992.

4 Prevention of excess mortality in refugee and displaced populations in developing countries, Toole, M.J. and Waldman, R.J. J.Am.Med.Assoc. 263(1990), 3296-3302.

5 Selective feeding programmes, Lusty T. and Diskett P., OXFAM Practical Guide No.1, OXFAM Health Unit, 1984.

6 UNHCR Handbook for emergencies, Part one: Field Operations, UNHCR, Geneva, 1982.

7 Clinical Guidelines, Diagnostic and Treatment Manual, Medecins Sans Frontieres, MSF, Paris, 1990.

8 Essential Drugs, Practical Guidelines, Medecins Sans Frontieres, MSF, Paris, 1993.

9 A Manual for the treatment of diarrhoea, WHO, WHO/CDD/SER/80.2Rev.2 1990.

10 Food scarcity and famine; Assessment and Response, Young H., OXFAM Practical Guide No.7, OXFAM 1992.

11 Guidelines for training community health workers in nutrition, WHO 1986; module 3 and 5.

12 Surveillance in Emergency Situations, Hausman B. and Ritmeijer K., MSF, Amsterdam, 1992.

13 Rapid Assessment Procedures for Nutrition and Primary Health Care, Scrimshaw S. and Hurtado E., United Nations University, Tokyo.

14 How to weigh and measure children, United Nations, Department of Technical Cooperation for Development and Statistical Office, New York, 1986.

15 Use and Interpretation of anthropometric indicators of nutritional status, Bulletin of the WHO, 64(6): 929 - 941 (1986).

16 Controlling Iron Deficiency, United Nations Administrative Committee for Coordination, Subcommittee on Nutrition. A state of the art review. No. 9. ACC/SCN, Geneva, February 1991.

17 Delivery of Oral Doses of Vitamin A to Prevent Vitamin A Deficiency and Nutritional Blindness, West K.P., Sommer A. A state of the art review. No.2. ACC/SCN, Geneva, June 1987 (reprinted June 1993).

18 Appropriate uses of anthropometric indices in children, Beaton G., Kelly A., Kevany J., Martorell R. and Mason J. A state of the art review. No.7. ACC/SCN, Geneva, June 1990.

19 Malnutrition and Infection, Tomkins A. and Watson F. A state of the art review. No.5. ACC/SCN, Geneva, June 1989 (reprinted June 1993).

20 Issues in the assessment of nutritional status using anthropometry, Gorstein J., Sullivan K., Yip R., de Onis M., Trowbridge F., Fagans P. and Clugstone G. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1994, 72 (2): 273-283.