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Food and Nutrition Bulletin

Volume 5, Number 4, December 1983

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Published by the United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan.

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The Food and Nutrition Bulletin incorporates and continues the PAG Bulletin of the former Protein-Calorie Advisory Group of the United Nations System and is published quarterly by the United Nations University in collaboration with the United Nations ACC Sub-committee on Nutrition. The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the United Nations University or the UN ACC Sub-committee on Nutrition,

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(c) The United Nations University, 1984
ISSN 0379-5271
ISBN 92-808-05094

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Special topic

Household food distribution: Introductory remarks
The household focus in nutritional anthropology: An overview
A framework for tracing policy effects on intra-household food distribution
Estimating the nutritional impact of food policies: A note on the analytical approach
Determinants of family and preschooler food consumption
Effects of food policy on intrahousehold food distribution in Bangladesh
The significance of intra-household food distribution patterns in food programmes

Hunger, technology and society

Relating improvements in water supply and sanitation to nutritional status: The issue of using anthropometry as an evaluation measure
A field test for detecting iodine-enriched salt

Hunger, health and society

Changing nutrition-related knowledge and behaviour: Video vans in the rural Philippines

Nutrition training

Nutrition training at centres in developing countries

UNU sub-programme on food, nutrition, and poverty

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