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Acceptability and Use of Cereal-Based Foods in Refugee Camps

Case-Studies from Nepal, Ethiopia, and Tanzania (Oxfam Working Papers)

by Catherine Mears

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Oxfam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aid & relief programmes,
  • Civil rights & citizenship,
  • Diets & dieting,
  • Famine,
  • Immigration & emigration,
  • Refugees,
  • Social welfare & social services,
  • Ethiopia,
  • Nepal,
  • Tanzania,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11613707M
    ISBN 100855984023
    ISBN 109780855984021

    Acceptability and Use of Cereal-Based Foods in Refugee Camps, Catherine Mears, Helen Young The Everything Pregnancy Book, Paula Ford-Martin, Elisabeth A. Aron, Maryann Brinley. Four main themes related to food and eating emerged. Firstly, participants demonstrated good nutrition knowledge but reported a lack of confidence in applying their knowledge in a new country. They also reported differences in dietary practices between Myanmar, refugee camps, and Australia mainly due to access and availability of food.

    Analysis of the use of oral rehydration therapy corner in a teaching hospital in Gondar, Ethiopia, East Afr Med J., Teka T., Dept. of Paediatrics, Gondar College of Medical Sciences, Ethiopia, Oct. Abstract "Children under five years of age attending the Paediatrics Department, Gondar College of Medical Sciences, oral rehydration therapy (ORT) corner for acute diarrhoea in the year DDOnline Dialogue on Diarrhoea Online Issue no. 44 March Page 1 2. Anti-diarrhoeal drugs unmasked Dialogue on Diarrhoea again stresses the dangers of the unnecessary or careless use of drugs in the treatment of acute diarrhoea in children, in this third part of the series 'Drugs and diarrhoea'.This issue looks at more of the anti-diarrhoeal medicines which are widely advertised, sold .

    HOME FORTIFIC ATION W ITH MICRON UTR IEN T POW DER S. HOME FORTIFICATION IN REFUGEE CAMPS. A Community Health Supervisor and Bhutanese Incentive Volunteer instructs women on how to use Vita-Mix-It. For example, in an assessment in a large, newly established refugee camp, it might be advisable to collect more than just anthropometric data; in the past, when nutritional status in refugee camps was judged only on anthropometry, deficiency diseases such as scurvy and pellagra were missed.


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