Friday, September 14, 2007

Bibliography- Growth Monitoring and Food Supplementation Presentation 9/11/07

Growth Monitoring and Food Supplementation Works Cited


Hendrata, Lukas, Rohde, Jon. Ten Pitfalls of Growth Monitoring and Promotion.
Indian Journal of Pediatrics (Suppl). 1988: 55 :S9-S15

Hossain, Dr. S M Moazzem. Feeding Programmes: SFP & TFP. Presented at Food, Nutrition and Livelihoods lecture at Columbia University, Spring 2007.

Hossain, Dr. S M Moazzem. Nutrition in Emergencies: Basic Concepts. Presented at Food, Nutrition and Livelihoods lecture at Columbia University, Spring 2007.

Hossain, Dr. S M Moazzem. Nutrition in Emergencies: Rapid Assessments. Presented at Food, Nutrition and Livelihoods lecture at Columbia University, Spring 2007.

Hossain, Dr. S M Moazzem. Nutrition in Emergencies: Nutrition Commodities and Equipment. Presented at Food, Nutrition and Livelihoods lecture at Columbia University, Spring 2007.

Hossain, Dr. S M Moazzem. Nutrition in Emergencies: Nutritional and Food Security Surveillance. Presented at Food, Nutrition and Livelihoods lecture at Columbia University, Spring 2007.

Hossain, Dr. S M Moazzem. Nutrition in Emergencies: Access to Adequate Food: Food Security and Food Aid. Presented at Food, Nutrition and Livelihoods lecture at Columbia University, Spring 2007.

Increasing Malnutrition in the Rural Areas Even As Relief Poured In. Retrieved
from Human Rights Watch, Famine in Sudan, 1998. Site visited September 6, 2007. http://www.hrw.org/reports/1999/sudan/SUDAWEB2-44.htm

Jacoby, Hanan. Is There an Intrahousehold “Flypaper Effect”? Evidence from
School Feeding Program
. Retrieved from International Food Policy Research Institute. Site visited on September 6, 2007. http://ifpri.org/divs/fcnd/dp/dp31.htm

Nielsen, Jens, Valentiner-Branth, Palle, Martins, Cesario, Malnourished children
and supplementary feeding during the war emergency in Guinea-Bissau. 1998- 1999. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2004:80; 1036-1042.

Policy on the Use of Non-Fat Dry Milk for Supplementary Feeding. Retrieved from USAID, Food for Peace. Site visited September 6, 2007. www.usaid.gov/our_work/humanitarian_assistance/ffp/supplementary.html

Taylor-Ide, D, Taylor, Carl. Just and Lasting Change- When Communities Own Their Futures. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore: 2002.

Protecting and Promoting Good Nutrition in Crisis and Recovery: Resource
Guide
. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, 2005. Retrieved from Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Site Visited September 9, 2007. http://www.fao.org/docrep/008/y5815e/y5815e09.htm

Woods, David. Child Health Care: A learning programme for professionals. Electric Book Works. Cape Town: 2007.



2 comments:

annie said...

Thanks so much for posting these references! I especially was interested in the USAID policy on powdered milk. After hearing Dr. Cunningham discuss his experience with lactose intolerance in Togo, I question using cowmilk in any FS program. Just this week news stories highlighted a major FS initiative mixing peanut butter with powder milk for Sub-Saharan Africa.

Arthur said...

You've referenced our book CHILD HEALTH CARE by David Woods -- thank you. You might be interested to know that this book, and others, are and will be available (for free) at our major new website for our healthcare series, ebwhealthcare.com. Most of these are on maternal and child health.

Arthur Attwell, Electric Book Works