|Food and Nutrition Bulletin Volume 11, Number 3, 1989 (UNU, 1989, 73 pages)|
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The United Nations University is an organ of the United Nations established by the General Assembly in 1972 to be an international community of scholars engaged in research, advanced training, and the dissemination of knowledge related to the pressing global problems of human survival, development' and welfare. Its activities focus mainly on peace and conflict resolution, development in a changing world, and science and technology in relation to human welfare. The University operates through a worldwide network of research and postgraduate training centres, with its planning and co-ordinating headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
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Dr. Nevin S. Scrimshaw, Programme Director for Food and Nutrition, and
Editor, Food and Nutrition Bulletin
Ms. Edwina Murray, Assistant Editor, Food and Nutrition Bulletin*
Mrs. Sarah Jeffries, Editorial Consultant, Food and Nutrition Bulletin.
Ms. Rebecca Chamberlain, Fellowship Officer.
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