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Food and Nutrition Bulletin
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The Food and Nutrition Bulletin incorporates and continues the former PAG Bulletin of the Protein-Calorie Advisory Group of the United Nations system and is published quarterly by the World Hunger Programme of the United Nations University in collaboration with the United Nations ACC Sub-Committee on Nutrition.
All correspondence, suggestions, comments, news, and notes, should be addressed to the Senior Programme Officer, World Hunger Programme, the United Nations University, 29th floor, Toho Seimei Building, 15-1 Shibuya 2-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150, Japan. All material may be freely reproduced providing acknowledgement is given and a copy of the publication containing the reproduction is sent to the Bulletin.
WORLD HUNGER PROGRAMME STAFF
Dr. Nevin S. Scrimshaw - Senior Adviser
Dr. P.S. Venkatachalam - Senior Programme Officer (until 28 February 1979)
Dr. Maria A. Tagle - Senior Programme Officer
Mrs. Audrey Yuse - Secretary
Field Staff (Part-time)
Dr. Fred T. Sai - Inter-Regional Co-ordinatorAfrica, West Asia, and Europe
Dr. Guillermo Arroyave - inter-Regional Co-ordinatorNorth and South America
(c) The United Nations University, 1979
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Grain legumes: Processing and storage problems
Use of organic residues in aquaculture
Solid fermentation of starchy substrates
Protein-energy requirements under conditions prevailing in developing countries: Current knowledge and research needs
Possible actions by governments to improve human nutrition
Food, nutrition, and agriculture policy in West Africa: A new orientation
Interaction between agriculture, food science and technology, and nutrition
Workshop in the state of the art of bioconversion of organic residues for rural communities
The role of women in meeting food and nutritional needs
Technology transfer to develop food and agricultural products, conservation, and processing industries
Post-harvest food losses in developing countries: A new study
News and notes
Summary of the UN University World Hunger Programme (WHP)
Why an International year of the child?
Agricultural curricula for undergraduate students
UNU collaboration with the UNEP/UNESCO/ICRO panel on microbiology
Training aids for Xerophthalmia
Associated institutions and co-ordinators
Advisers to the world hunger programme
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