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close this bookNutrition education for the public. Discussion papers of the FAO Expert Consultation (Rome, Italy, 18-22 September 1995) - FAO Food and Nutrition Paper 62 - (1997)
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close this folderPast experiences and needs for nutrition education: Summary and conclusions of nine case studies
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close this folderSummary of case studies
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View the documentCase study 1: Evaluation of a nutrition education programme in Oman2
View the documentCase study 2: Public education campaign in the English-speaking Caribbean on food safety and control3
View the documentCase study 3: Nutrition information and food labels as an aid in nutrition education of society in Poland4
View the documentCase study 4: The Pacific5
View the documentCase study 5: Federal Republic of Germany. Nutrition education, information and advice in the new states since 19906
View the documentCase study 6: Republic of Niger. Public nutrition and nutrition education experience and requirements7
View the documentCase study 7: India. The Tamil Nadu Nutrition Project. A case study of the communication component8
View the documentCase study 8: Ecuador. School vegetable gardens in the rural Andes. A school nutrition education experiment as part of a global community project9
View the documentCase study 9: Philippines. The LAKASS programme in the Philippines10
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close this folderA framework for nutrition education programmes
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View the documentPart one: A framework for planning nutrition education programmes (Barbara Smith)
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View the documentPart two: A framework for the implementation of nutrition education programmes (Suttilak Smitasiri)
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close this folderEducation and communication strategies for different groups and settings
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close this folderTraining needs for nutrition education: Guidelines for in-service training of nutrition educators
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close this folderEvaluation of nutrition education programmes: Implications for programme planners and evaluators
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close this folderNew developments in nutrition education utilising computer technology
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