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“Research in Applied Nutrition in Developing Countries: Challenges and Expectations”.

RoyalAcademy of Overseas Sciences & Nutrition Third World

Brussels, 3 December 2004

Published in the orange series of the Academy, Brussels, 2005, 134 pages

ISBN 90-75652-38-0




I. Beghin. – Introduction

D. De Lame. – Welcome

A. De Decker. – Opening Speech

S. Sarker et al. – Food fortification as a strategy to combat iron deficiency / Iron deficiency anaemia in developing countries

F. Byekwaso et al. – Nutrition planning at the district level in Uganda: challenges and expectations

T. Ntambwe Kibambe et al. – Evaluation rapide des troubles dus à la carence en iode: le projet ThyroMobil dans six pays d'Afrique de l'Ouest.

A. Perez-Cueto et al. – Tracking the nutritional transition in Bolivia. A descriptive study

M. Kimanya et al. – Influence of complementary food on the growth and iron & zinc nutritional status of children 6 months- 1 year old in Kilosa district, Tanzania

H. Lanou et al. – Le projet MISAME. Prévention du retard de croissance intra-utérine dans le district de Houndé, Burkina Faso

R. Oniang'o. – Challenges and expectations in the Third World applied nutrition research: the Kenyan experience

I. Beghin. Round Table: – Challenges and expectations. Synthesis


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