International Family Planning Perspectives 1996

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Selected Bibliography "nutrition in developing countries"

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  • BMZ: Integrated Food Security Programmes in German Development Cooperation.
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  • BMZ: ISDR. Bonn 1999
  • BMZ: solve water conflicts, to shape the future. Hildesheim printing and publishing Gmbh 1999
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  • German Agro Action, ZEF, IFPRI (ed.): Yearbook of World Food. Data trends perspectives. Fischer Taschenbuch, Frankfurt April 2000
  • This field HJ et al. (Eds.): Health care in developing countries. Medical action from population-based perspective. Springer Verlag, Berlin 1997
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  • FAO: The state of the food insecurity in the world in 1999. Rome 1999
  • FAO: Human nutrition in the Developing World. Rome 1997
  • FAO: The sixth world food survey. Rome 1996
  • FAO: The effects of HIV / AIDS on farming systems in eastern Africa. Rome 1995
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  • FAO: Roots, tubers, plantains and bananas in human nutrition. Rome 1990
    Foster P: The world food problem - tackling the causes of undernutrition in the third world. Lynne Riener Publishers, Boulder, 1992
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  • IFAD: Rural women in IFAD's projects. The key to poverty alleviation. Rome 1998
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  • Leisinger, KM: The sixth Billion - World Population and Sustainable Development. eck'sche series. Munich 1999
  • Misereor: Nutrition. A right for all. Horlemann, Aachen 1997
  • Nohlen D; Nuscheler F (eds): Handbook of the Third World. Vol 1 - 8 JHW Dietz Verlag, Bonn, 1992, 1993, 1994
  • Nuscheler Q: learning and workbook development policy. 560 S. Verlag JHW Dietz Nachf., Bonn 1996
  • Oltersdorf IU Weingartner L: Handbook of Food and Agriculture. The two faces of the global food situation. JHW Dietz Verlag, Bonn, 1996
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  • Schug W, Leon J, Gravert HO: World Food. Challenge to crop and livestock production. University Press, Darmstadt 1996
  • Smith LC, Haddad L: Explaining child malnutrition in Developing countries - a cross country analysis. IFPRI research report. Washington 2000 (see IFRI-homepage: )
  • Scientific American: Dossier World Food. Dossier 2/97
  • UNICEF: Nutrition and Health. The situation of children in the world. In 1998. Fischer paperback publishing house, Frankfurt 1997
  • UNICEF: The state of the world's children 1998. Oxford University Press, New York 1997
  • UNICEF: Strategy for improved nutrition of children and women in Developing countries. A
  • UNICEF policy review. 36 pp. New York 1990
  • Waterlow JC: Protein Energy Malnutrition. Eward Arnold, London, 1992
  • World Bank: World Development Report 1998/99. Development through knowledge. Frankfurt, 2000.
    (Current annual reports are available on the WHO homepage)
  • WHO: WHO global database on child growth and malnutrition. Geneva 1997 (Current annual reports are available on the WHO homepage)
  • Worldwatch Institute: Worldwatch Instiute report. To the world situation in 2000. Forecasts for the survival of our planet. Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, Frankfurt 2000
  • Zeitlin MF, et al: Strengthening the family - implication for international development. United Nations University Press, Tokyo, New York, Paris 1995

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