| Food and Nutrition Bulletin Volume 10, Number 4, 1988 |
Recent UNU Publications on Food and Nutrition
Effective Communications for Nutrition in Primary Health Care
Edited by Jean E Andersen and Aree Valyasevi
Concentrating on the experiences of developing countries, this book advocates the effective communication of nutrition and health information as a key component of primary health care. It provides a framework for evaluating nutrition communications needs, methodological guidelines, and suggestions for programme evaluation.
WHTR-11/UNUP-634 ISBN 92-808-0634-3
220 pages, 164 x 23.9 cm, paper-bound, US$20
Food Composition Data: A User's Perspective
Edited by William M. Rand, Carol T. Windham, Bonita W. Wyse, and Vernon R. Young
Knowledge of the composition of the foods eaten around the world is of critical importance for research and policy in public health, dietetics, and nutrition. Data on food composition, however, are extremely inadequate. This volume, examining the current problems of the field and what is needed to improve the situation, provides an essential introduction and survey of the subject for anyone who will be involved in gathering, compiling, or using food composition data. It will also be a useful reference for university courses on food and nutrition.
WHTR-10/UNUP-633 ISBN 92-808-0633-5
240 pages, 16.4 x 23.9 cm, paper-bound, US$20
Methods for the Evaluation of the Impact of Food and Nutrition Programmes
Edited by David E Sahn, Richard Lockwood, and Nevin S. Scrimshaw
This state-of-the-art discussion of methods for evaluating food and nutrition programmes focuses primarily on determining specific nutritional impact, even in circumstances where adequate baseline data are not available. It recognizes also that food and nutrition programmes can have beneficial effects going beyond traditional health impacts and gives specific attention to social, economic, behavioural, and political consequences that may accompany a feeding programme.
WHTR-6/UNUP-473 ISBN 92-808-0473-1
291 pages, 16.5 x 23.5 cm, paper-bound, US$25
Nutrition and Development
Edited by Margaret R. Biswas and Per Pinstrup-Andersen
This publication, now available in paperback, aims to define the nature of the problems of malnutrition in all its dimensions and examine the impact of development policies. It stresses the need for integrating nutrition, health, and population programmes for sustained development. Case studies from India and Indonesia are included.
DSDB- 12/UNUP-526 ISBN 0-19-261443-6 (hardcover)
ISBN 0-19-261734-6 (paper-bound)
190 pages, 16 x 24 cm
* Published with Oxford University Press. Order from Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, UK.
Rapid Assessment Procedures for Nutrition and Primary Health Care: Anthropological Approaches to Improving Programme Effectiveness
by Susan C.M. Scrimshaw and Elena Hurtado
Rapid Assessment Procedures refers to a simple, quick method of evaluating nutrition and primary health care programmes; its significance lies in its ability to produce immediately useful information for the improvement of programme activities quickly and cheaply. The guide includes sample data collection instruments, examples of field techniques, and a discussion of data management and analysis.
DSDB-18/UNUP-661 ISBN 0-87903-111 -5
80 pages, 21.7 x 27.8 cm, paper-bound Also available in Spanish.
Also available in Spanish.
*Published with the UCLA Latin American Center. Order from the UCLA Latin American Center, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90024, USA.
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