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title: National survey of the health and nutrition of schoolchildren in feeding; financial management; follow up; health care cost; health care

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    On the subject NUTRITION

    November 2008 January 2009

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     Nutrition August 2009 page 1 of 6

    0915-1 title: Application of retinol-binding protein enzyme immunoassay to

    dried blood spots to assess vitamin A deficiency in a population-based

    survey: The Uganda Demographic and Health Survey 2006

    author(s): Baingana R.K., Matovu D.K., Garrett D. source: Food and Nutrition Bulletin; 29(2008)4

    pages and ill.: p. 297-305 ISSN: 03795721

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Demographic and health survey; Dried blood spots; Epidemiologic surveys; Immunoassay; Retinol-binding protein; Uganda; Vitamin A biological

    marker; retinol; retinol binding protein; enzyme; health survey; immunoassay;

    protein; public health; serum; vitamin deficiency; adolescent; adult; article;

    blood; enzyme immunoassay; female; health survey; human; infant; male;

    metabolism; methodology; middle aged; nutritional assessment; preschool child;

    prevalence; retinol deficiency; Uganda; Adolescent; Adult; Biological Markers;

    Child, Preschool; Female; Health Surveys; Humans; Immunoenzyme Techniques;

    Infant; Male; Middle Aged; Nutrition Assessment; Prevalence; Retinol-Binding

    Proteins; Uganda; Vitamin A; Vitamin A Deficiency; Young Adult; Africa; East

    Africa; Sub-Saharan Africa; Uganda

    0915-2 title: Can food-for-work encourage agricultural production?

    author(s): Bezu S., Holden S.

    source: Food Policy; 33(2008)6

    pages and ill.: p. 541-549 ISSN: 03069192

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Ethiopia; Fertilizer; Food aid; Food-for-work; Liquidity constraint; Poverty; Tigray agricultural policy; agricultural production; fertilizer application;

    food aid; food production; food security; modeling; Africa; East Africa; Ethiopia;

    Sub-Saharan Africa

    0915-3 title: Evaluation of the potential effectiveness of wheat flour and salt

    fortification programs in five Central Asian countries and Mongolia,

    2002-2007

    author(s): Tazhibayev S., Dolmatova O., Ganiyeva G., Khairov K., Ospanova F., Oyunchimeg D., Suleimanova D., Scrimshaw N.

    source: Food and Nutrition Bulletin; 29(2008)4

    pages and ill.: p. 255-265 ISSN: 03795721

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Anemia; Azerbaijan; Children; Folk acid deficiency; Iodine deficiency; Iron deficiency; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Micronutrients; Mongolia; Salt

    iodination; Tajikistan; Uzbekistan; Wheat flour fortification; Women of

    reproductive age ferritin; folic acid; hemoglobin; iodine; iodized salt; trace

    element; anemia; child health; maternal health; nutritional requirement;

    nutritional status; serum; wheat; adolescent; adult; anemia; article; Asia; blood;

    chemistry; child; diet supplementation; female; health survey; human; male;

    middle aged; Mongolia; outcome assessment; preschool child; prevalence; salt

    intake; urine; wheat; Adolescent; Adult; Anemia; Asia, Central; Child; Child,

    Preschool; Female; Ferritins; Folic Acid; Food, Fortified; Hemoglobins; Humans;

    Iodine; Male; Micronutrients; Middle Aged; Mongolia; Outcome Assessment

    (Health Care); Prevalence; Sentinel Surveillance; Sodium Chloride, Dietary; KIT LibraryKIT Library Triticum; Young Adult; Asia; Azerbaijan; Eurasia; Far East; Kazakhstan; Mauritskade 63Mauritskade 63 1092 AD Amsterdam1092 AD Amsterdam Kyrgyzstan; Mongolia; Tajikistan; Uzbekistan; West Asia; Triticum aestivum PP.O. Box.O. Box 9500195001 1090 HA Amsterdam1090 HA Amsterdam The NetherlandsThe Netherlands EE--mail: mail: library@kit.nllibrary@kit.nl Fax: (31)20 6654423Fax: (31)20 6654423 www.kit.nlwww.kit.nl

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    0915-4 title: Measuring food insecurity: Can an indicator based on localized

    coping behaviors be used to compare across contexts?

    author(s): Maxwell D., Caldwell R., Langworthy M. source: Food Policy; 33(2008)6

    pages and ill.: p. 533-540 ISSN: 03069192

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Comparability; Coping strategies; Food security; Humanitarian emergency; Indicator; Sub-Saharan Africa assessment method; coping strategy;

    food security; food supply; household expenditure; monitoring; resource

    allocation; Africa; Sub-Saharan Africa

    0915-5 title: National survey of the health and nutrition of schoolchildren in

    Ethiopia

    author(s): Hall A., Kassa T., Demissie T., Degefie T., Lee S. source: Tropical Medicine and International Health; 13(2008)12

    pages and ill.: p. 1518-1526 ISSN: 13602276

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Diet; Ethiopia; Hygiene; Schoolchildren; Trachoma; Worms ferrous sulfate; mebendazole; retinol; tetracycline; anemia; child health; diet;

    estimation method; health policy; health survey; hygiene; nutritional status;

    parasitic disease; policy development; primary education; adolescent; anemia;

    article; body weight; child; child health; child nutrition; controlled study; cross-

    sectional study; dietary intake; Ethiopia; feces analysis; female; food intake;

    fruit; health survey; human; hygiene; infection; infection risk; interview;

    intestine infection; intestine parasite; major clinical study; male; nutritional

    deficiency; nutritional requirement; prevalence; retinol deficiency; school;

    school health service; trachoma; vegetable; xerophthalmia; Adolescent; Age

    Distribution; Anemia; Child; Diet; Ectoparasitic Infestations; Ethiopia; Female;

    Growth Disorders; Health Status; Health Surveys; Humans; Male; Nutritional

    Status; Prevalence; Sex Distribution; Trachoma; Africa; East Africa; Ethiopia;

    Sub-Saharan Africa

    0915-6 title: Secular trends in food patterns of Guatemalan consumers: New

    foods for old author(s): Bermudez O.I., Hernandez L., Mazariegos M., Solomons N.W. source: Food and Nutrition Bulletin; 29(2008)4

    pages and ill.: p. 278-287 ISSN: 03795721

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Dietary assessment; Dietary trends; Food intake; Guatemala; Nutrition transition; Processed foods diet; food consumption; food intake; food

    processing; indigenous population; nutritional requirement; article; cross-

    sectional study; diet; ethnic group; ethnology; feeding behavior; female;

    Guatemala; health care policy; human; male; nutrition; nutritional value;

    statistics; Cross-Sectional Studies; Diet; Ethnic Groups; Feeding Behavior;

    Female; Food Habits; Guatemala; Humans; Male; Nutrition Policy; Nutrition

    Surveys; Nutritive Value; Central America; Guatemala [Central America]

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     Nutrition August 2009 page 3 of 6

    0915-7 title: The Cebu longitudinal health and nutrition survey: Two decades

    later

    author(s): Feranil A.B., Gultiano S.A., Adair L.S. source: Asia-Pacific Population Journal; 23(2008)3

    pages and ill.: p. 39-54 ISSN: 0259238X

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: best management practice; health survey; nutrition; pregnancy; Asia; Cebu [(PRV) Central Visayas]; Central Visayas; Eurasia; Philippines;

    Southeast Asia

    0915-8 title: An activity-based cost analysis of the Honduras community-based,

    integrated child care (AIN-C) programme

    author(s): Fiedler J.L., Villalobos C.A., De Mattos A.C. source: Health Policy and Planning; 23(2008)6

    pages and ill.: p. 408-427 ISSN: 02681080

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Community participation; Community-based nutrition; Cost analysis; Health care financing; Nutrition; Volunteer incentives article; child care; child

    development; child growth; child rearing; community care; consultation; cost

    benefit analysis; counseling; feeding; financial management; follow up; health

    care cost; health care facility; health care financing; health care personnel;

    health center; health program; health service; Honduras; Honduras community

    based integrated child care programme; integrated health care system;

    knowledge; medical education; nutritional assessment; parental attitude;

    preventive medicine; professional practice; sensitivity analysis; voluntary worker;

    Child; Child Development; Child Health Services; Child, Preschool; Community

    Health Services; Costs and Cost Analysis; Honduras; Humans; Models,

    Organizational; Primary Prevention; Voluntary Workers

    0915-9 title: Farming as a livelihood source for the urban poor of Nakuru, Kenya

    author(s): Foeken D.W.J., Owuor S.O.

    source: Geoforum; 39(2008)6

    pages and ill.: p. 1978-1990 ISSN: 00167185

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Kenya; Nakuru; Rural agriculture; Urban agriculture; Urban livelihoods; Urban poverty farming system; poverty; urban agriculture; urban

    area; Africa; East Africa; Kenya; Nakuru; Rift Valley; Sub-Saharan Africa

    0915-10 title: Higher fuel and food prices: Impacts and responses for

    Mozambique author(s): Arndt C., Benfica R., Maximiano N., Nucifora A.M.D., Thurlow J.T. source: Agricultural Economics; 39(2008)SUPPL. 1

    pages and ill.: p. 497-511 ISSN: 01695150

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Food security; Mozambique; Price transmission; Terms-of-trade shocks agricultural production; economic conditions; food market; food security;

    national trade; policy analysis; poverty; price dynamics; pricing policy; Africa; KIT LibraryKIT LibraryKIT LibraryKIT Library Mauritskade 63Mauritskade 63Mauritskade 63Mauritskade 63 Mozambique; Southern Africa; Sub-Saharan Africa 1092 AD Amsterdam1092 AD Amsterdam1092 AD Amsterdam1092 AD Amsterdam PPPP.O. Box.O. Box.O. Box.O. Box 95001950019500195001 1090 HA Amsterdam1090 HA Amsterdam1090 HA Amsterdam1090 HA Amsterdam The NetherlandsThe NetherlandsThe NetherlandsThe Netherlands EEEE----mail: mail: mail: mail: library@kit.nllibrary@kit.nllibrary@kit.nllibrary@kit.nl Fax: (31)20 6654423Fax: (31)20 6654423Fax: (31)20 6654423Fax: (31)20 6654423 www.kit.nlwww.kit.nlwww.kit.nlwww.kit.nl

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    0915-11 title: Implications of high food prices for poverty in Pakistan

    author(s): Ul Haq Z., Nazli H., Meilke K.

    source: Agricultural Economics; 39(2008)SUPPL. 1

    pages and ill.: p. 477-484

    ISSN: 01695150

    publication year: 2008

    language: English

    keywords: Food crisis; LA-AIDS; Pakistan; Poverty; Price boom crisis

    management; food availability; food consumption; food market; household

    expenditure; poverty; price dynamics; rural area; urban area; Asia; Eurasia;

    Pakistan; South Asia; Triticum aestivum

    0915-12 title: The effects of rising food prices on poverty in Mexico

    author(s): Valero-Gil J.N., Valero M.

    source: Agricultural Economics; 39(2008)SUPPL. 1

    pages and ill.: p. 485-496

    ISSN: 01695150

    publication year: 2008

    language: English

    keywords: Food price changes; Mexico; Poverty consumption behavior; food

    consumption; food market; food policy; household income; poverty; price

    dynamics; Mexico [North America]; North America

    0915-13 title: The impact of food price increases on caloric intake in China

    author(s): Jensen R.T., Miller N.H.

    source: Agricultural Economics; 39(2008)SUPPL. 1

    pages and ill.: p. 465-476

    ISSN: 01695150

    publication year: 2008

    language: English

    keywords: China; Food prices; Nutrition; Poverty food consumption; food

    market; food quality; health status; nutrition; nutritive value; poverty; price

    dynamics; Asia; China; Eurasia; Far East; Gansu; Hunan

    0915-14 title: The impact of Mexico's conditional cash transfer programme,

    Oportunidades, on birthweight author(s): Barber S.L., Gertler P.J.

    source: Tropical Medicine and International Health; 13(2008)11

    pages and ill.: p. 1405-1414

    ISSN: 13602276

    publication year: 2008

    language: English

    keywords: Birthweight; Conditional cash transfer; Human capital; Impact

    evaluation; Mexico health care; health education; multivariate analysis; nutrition;

    policy approach; article; birth weight; health care; health education; health

    program; human; multivariate analysis; nutritional assessment; prenatal care;

    rural population; time series analysis; Adult; Birth Weight; Community Health

    Services; Dietary Supplements; Female; Government Programs; Humans; Infant,

    Low Birth Weight; Infant, Newborn; Maternal Welfare; Mexico; Patient

    Participation; Poverty; Pregnancy; Prenatal Care; Risk Assessment; Rural Health

    Services; Social Welfare; Mexico [North America]; North America

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     Nutrition August 2009 page 5 of 6

    0915-15 title: Why do some hospitals achieve better care of severely

    malnourished children than others? Five-year follow-up of rural

    hospitals in Eastern Cape, South Africa

    author(s): Puoane T., Cuming K., Sanders D., Ashworth A. source: Health Policy and Planning; 23(2008)6

    pages and ill.: p. 428-437 ISSN: 02681080

    publication year: 2008 language: English

    keywords: Case management; Child mortality; Clinical guidelines; Leadership; Quality of care; Severe malnutrition article; case management; childhood

    mortality; diet supplementation; fatality; feeding; follow up; health care; health

    care quality; health personnel attitude; hospital; hospital personnel; human;

    leadership; malnutrition; medical education; medical ethics; organizational

    structure; rehydration; rural area; semi structured interview; social structure;

    South Africa; teamwork; vital sign; world health organization; Case

    Management; Child; Child Nutrition Disorders; Child, Preschool; Focus Groups;

    Hospitals, Rural; Humans; Interviews as Topic; Observation; Quality of Health

    Care; Severity of Illness Index; South Africa

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     Nutrition August 2009 page 6 of 6

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