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- Documentid21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002HIV can be transmitted from mother to child through breastmilk. However, breastfeeding protects babies against infectious diseases, which cause more than two thirds of deaths among children under five in less developed countries. Should breastfeeding be promoted or discouraged in areas where HIV is prevalent?DocumentWorld Alliance for Breastfeeding Action, 2002This resource is a collection of conference presentations on breastfeeding and HIV transmission, includingthe role of breastfeeding-supportive NGOs in HIV and infant feedingHIV and infant feeding: a framework for priority actionsexperiences with early cessation of breast feeding among HIV infected women in Kampala, UgandaPMTCT, infant feeding: the Botswana experienceHIV andDocumentThe Progress of Nations Report, UNICEF, 1999For babies everywhere, the benefits of breastfeeding are undisputed. But for babies in developing nations, breastfeeding is imperative: Their very survival depends on the immune-boosting properties of mother’s milk. For them, infant formula is not just inferior; it can cause disease or even death.Document
The consequences of past agricultural outputs on the interacting nutrition and health of autarkic peasants : evidence from RwandaCentre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford, 1997In rural areas of LDC, because of the existence of market imperfections, health and nutrition status may depend on the levels of specific agricultural productions and not only on the income level. However, these specific impacts have never been studied.DocumentGender and Food Security, FAO, 1994Covers the production, availability and consumption of cereals, which are known to contribute around 70 percent of the energy and protein requirement and which happen to be the first objective to be attained by a poor household.Document
Reforming Institutions for Service Delivery: A Framework for Development Assistance with an Application to the Health, Nutrition, and Population Portfolio [of the World Bank]Policy Research Working Papers, World Bank, 1999Argues for greater "institutional pluralism" in how the World Bank does business in the infrastructure, rural, and social sectors.DocumentFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1995Guidelines to help development staff working at community level to promote the design and implementation of participatory nutrition projects.Designed for use by professional staff from different technical and institutional backgrounds, who have had formal technical training or education, and who either work at the community level or are responsible for community development activities.DocumentForests, Trees and People Programme and Network, FAO - SLU, 1991Making the link between nutrition and forestry projects more explicit and presenting ideas about how forestry projects should proceed.The manual has three purposes. First, it describes some of the linkages between forestry and nutrition to help foresters, together with nutritionists, orient their activities toward improving the nutrition situation in their project area.DocumentFood and Nutrition Division, FAO, 1994Methodological and practical tool for the promotion and development of nutrition education particularly in developing countries. Aimed at all those involved in planning and implementation of activities of nutrition education and communication.DocumentFood and Nutrition Division, FAO, 1997Resource book for use in sub-Saharan Africa by teachers of agriculture who wish to introduce into their training programmes aspects of the food chain that are related to food consumption and to nutrition. Designed for use by trainers in preparing their teaching material, it is not intended for direct use by students.