|Food and Nutrition Needs in Emergencies (WHO - OMS, 55 p.)|
The following is a list of practical reference material on estimating food and nutritional needs.
1. Ad Hoc Group on Infant Feeding in Emergencies. Infant Feeding in Emergencies Policy, Strategy and Practice. Emergency Nutrition Network. 1999. Dublin.
2. Cameron, M. & Hofvander Y. Manual on Feeding Infants and Young Children. Third Edition. Oxford University Press Publications. 1989. New York.
3. FAO. The Right to Food; in theory and practice. FAO. 1998. Rome.
4. FAO/WHO Joint Expert Consultation. Energy and Protein Requirements. Technical Report Series 724. WHO. 1985. Geneva.
5. Howson, CP., Kennedy, E. T. & Horwitz, A. Prevention of Micronutrient Deficiencies: Tools for Policy Makers and Public Health Workers. National Academy Press. 1988. Washington, DC.
6. Jaspars, S. & Young, H. General Food Distribution in Emergencies: from Nutritional Needs to Political Priorities. Good Practice Review 3. 1996. Relief and Rehabilitation Network, Overseas Development Institute. 1996. London.
7. MSF-Holland. Food Security Assessments in Emergencies. Report of an Inter-Agency Workshop. December 1997.
8. Sphere Project. Minimum Standards in Nutrition in Nutrition and Food Aid (Chapters 3 and 4). Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response. 1998. Geneva.
9. UNHCR. Handbook for Emergencies. Second Edition. UNHCR. 1999.
10. UNHCR/UNICEF. Memorandum of Understanding. March 1996.
11. UNHCR/WFP. Memorandum of Understanding on the Joint Working Arrangements for Refugee, Returnee and Internally Displaced Persons. July 2002.
12. UNHCR/WFP/ENN. Food Security Assessments, Self-Reliance, Targeting and Phasing-out in Ongoing Refugee Situations. Summary of an Inter-Agency Workshop. January 2000. Rome.
13. UNHCR/WHO. Scurvy and its prevention and control in major emergencies. WHO/NHD/99. 11
14. UNHCR/WHO. Thiamine deficiency and its prevention and control in major emergencies. WHO/NHD/99. 13.
15. UNHCR/WHO. Pellagra and its prevention and control in major emergencies. WHO/NHD/00. 10.
16. WHO. Iron Deficiency Anaemia. Assessment, Prevention, and Control. A guide for programme managers. UNICEF/UNU/WHO. WHO/NHD/01. 3.
17. WHO. Assessment of Iodine Deficiency Disorders and Monitoring their Elimination. A Guide for Programme Managers. Second Edition. ICCIDD/UNICEF/WHO. WHO/NHD/01. 1
18. WHO. Indicators for Assessing Vitamin A Deficiency and their Application in Monitoring and Evaluating Intervention Programmes. WHO/NUT/96. 10
19. WHO. Complementary Feeding. Family foods for breast-fed children. WHO/NHD/00. 1
20. WHO. Infant Feeding in Emergencies; A guide for mothers. WHO Regional Office for Europe. 1997. Copenhagen.
21. WHO. The Management of Nutrition in Major Emergencies. 2000. Geneva.
22. WHO/UNICEF/IVACG Task Force. Vitamin A Supplements-A Guide to their Use in the Treatment and Prevention of Vitamin A Deficiency and Xerophthalmia. Second Edition. 1997. Geneva.
23. WFP. Emergency Needs Assessment Guidelines. WFP. 1999. Rome.
24. WFP. Participatory Techniques and Tools - A WFP Guide. WFP. 2000. Rome.
25. WFP. Food and Nutrition Handbook. WFP. 2000. Rome.
26. WFP. Emergency Pocket Book. WFP. 2002. Rome.
27. WFP/UNESCO/WHO. School Feeding Handbook. 1999. Rome.
28. WFP/UNICEF. Memorandum of Understanding in Emergency and Rehabilitation Interventions. February 1998.
29. Young, H. & Jaspars, S. Nutrition Matters; People, Food and Famine. Intermediate Technology Publications. 1995.
30. Young H., Jaspars S., Brown R., Frize J. & Khogali H. Food Security and Assessments in Emergencies: A Livelihoods Approach. Humanitarian Practice Network, Overseas Development Institute. 2001. London.