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close this bookEssays on Food, Hunger, Nutrition, Primary Health Care and Development (AVIVA, 280 pages)
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Open this folder and view contents1. The causes of hunger and malnutrition: macro and micro determinants
Open this folder and view contents2. Technical, ethical and ideological responsibilities in nutrition
Open this folder and view contents3. De-Westernizing health planning and health care delivery: a political perspective1
View the document4. BOOK REVIEW: Susan George. A Fate Worse Than Debt: A radical new analysis of the Third World debt crisis (Or, the world financial crisis and the poor)
Open this folder and view contents5. Viewpoint - Ethics, Ideology and Nutrition
Open this folder and view contents6. Ethics and ideology in the battle against malnutrition
Open this folder and view contents7. The challenge of feeding the people: Chile under Allende and Tanzania under Nyerere
Open this folder and view contents8. The role of Health and Nutrition in development (Le rôle de la santé et de la nutrition dans le développement) (El papel de la salud y la nutrición en el desarrollo)
Open this folder and view contents9. Multidisciplinarity, paradigms and ideology in development work
View the document10. Survey on attitudes to nutrition planning
Open this folder and view contents11. "Household purchasing-power deficit" a more operational indicator to express malnutrition
Open this folder and view contents12. Foreign aid and its role in maintaining the exploitation of the agricultural sector: evidence from a case study in Africa
View the document13. Low school malnutrition or cultural deprivation?
View the document14. Hunger and malnutrition: outlook for changes in the Third World*
Open this folder and view contents15. Viewpoint: nutrition planning - what relevance to hunger?
View the document16. Rosalia
Open this folder and view contents17. The political economy of ill health and malnutrition.
Open this folder and view contents18. Commentary the markets of hunger: questioning food aid (non-emergency/long-term)
View the document19. Activism to face world hunger: exploring new needed commitments
Open this folder and view contents20. The child survival revolution: a critique or health still only for some by the year 2000?
Open this folder and view contents21. Development Nemesis
View the document22. Looking beyond the doable: resolutions for a new development decade
Open this folder and view contents23. Egos / alter egos of the main actors in development projects:
View the document24. Positive deviance in child nutrition: a discussion
View the document25. The project approach in development assistance
View the document26. Triage management in Third World health ministries
View the document27. On behalf of the African child: challenges and windows of opportunity for the donor community.*
View the document28. The household entitlements revolution, or a women-centered approach to family security - an open letter
View the document29. Brave new world: a political pendulum in search of its balance.
Open this folder and view contents30. Malnutrition and income: are we being misled? (a dissenting view with a confusing literature)
View the document31. A path for the 1990s?: government-donor partnership to finance PHC in the third world.
Open this folder and view contents32. Downsizing the civil service in developing countries: the golden handshake option revisited.
View the document33. The World declaration on nutrition and the 1992 International Conference on nutrition (ICN) plan of action: the cutting edge of conventional thinking.*
View the document34. Income generation activities for women, the ninth essential element of primary health care?: An idea whose time has come!
View the document35. Some reflections on ACC/SCN'S 'how nutrition improves'
View the document36. Nutritional goals for the mid-nineties: a call for advocacy and action
Open this folder and view contents37. The emerging sustainable development paradigm: a global forum on the cutting edge of progressive thinking
Open this folder and view contents37 A. Sustainable development beyond ethical pronouncements: the role of civil society and networking
View the document38. Foreign aid: giving conditionalities a good name or conditionalities: the launching of a South-South counter-offensive
Open this folder and view contents39. The community development dilemma: when are service delivery, capacity building, advocacy and social mobilisation really empowering?
View the document40. Development in the mid 1990s: reflections of an old socialist
View the document41. BOOK REVIEW: Questioning the solution – The politics of primary health care and child survival with an in-depth critique of oral rehydration therapy
View the document42. Equity in health and nutrition and the globalization of the world's economy
View the document43. The different challenges in combating micronutrient deficiencies and combating protein energy malnutrition, or the gap between nutrition engineers and nutrition activists
View the document44. Northern-led development: is it selling technical fixes to solve the problems of ill-health and malnutrition?
View the document45. Actions and activism in fostering genuine grassroots participation in health and nutrition
View the document46. Health, nutrition and sustainable development.
View the document47. NEW PERSPECTIVES, OLD RISKS: OUR NEED TO CHANGE AND TO RECONCEPTUALIZE or REEMPHASIZING THE NEED TO TACKLE THE CAUSES OF POVERTY IN THE BATTLE AGAINST ILL-HEALTH AND MALNUTRITION
View the document48. Health sector reform measures: are they working?... And where do we go from here?
View the document49. On development, the real world, power games and the ugly faces of greed.
View the document50. So what... (in search of the 'big picture' in development ... Food for a depressive thought)
Open this folder and view contents51. Can significantly greater equity be achieved through targeting?: An essay on poverty, equity and targeting in health and nutrition. (*)
View the document52. Globalization, or the fable of the mongoose and the snake
View the document53. Elements for a nutrition activism course and curriculum*
View the document54. The role of human rights in politicizing development ethics, development assistance and development praxis
View the document55. A letter to the student Erica who is planning to specialize in international nutrition