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ANNEX 2
FURTHER READING AND HOW TO GET HELP

Essential

FAO. 2003. Community-based Food and Nutrition Programmes: what Makes Them Successful. A Review and Analysis of Experience. FAO, Rome.

FAO. 2004. Improving Nutrition Programmes: an Assessment Tool for Action. Users’ Training Manual. FAO, Rome.

Rifkin, S.B. and Pridmore, P. 2001. Partners in Planning. Macmillan, London.

Recommended

ACC/SCN. 1996. How Nutrition Improves. Nutrition Policy Paper no.15, Geneva.

ACC/SCN. 2001. What works? A Review of the Efficacy and Effectiveness of Nutrition Interventions by L. Allen and S. Gillespie. Nutrition Policy Paper no.19, Geneva.

Battacharjee, L. Community-based Nutrition Programmes:Thailand Case Study. Desk study. FAO, Rome, October 2001 (unpublished document).

Feuerstein, M. 1986. Partners in Evaluation. TALC, London.

IADB. 1997. Evaluation: A Management Tool for Improving Project Performance. Inter-American Development Bank, Evaluation Office (IADB/EVO), Washington, DC, USA.

Iannotti, L and Gillespie, S. 2002. Successful Community Nutrition Programming: Lessons Learned from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. The LINKAGES Project, Regional Center for Quality and Health Care and UNICEF, June, 2002.

Jewkes, R and Murcott, A. Meanings of Community. Soc. Sci. Med. 43(4): 555–563 (1996).

Mason, J, Hunt, J., Parker, D. and Jonsson, U. Improving Child Nutrition in Asia. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 22(3): supplement (2001).

Muehlhoff, E. 2001. Improving Household Food Security and Nutrition in the Luapula Valley, Zambia. A case study based on the experiences of project GCP/ZAM/052/BEL - Improving Household Food Security and Nutrition in the Luapula Valley. FAO, Rome, December 2001 (unpublished document).

Nantel, G and Tontisirin, K. Policy and Sustainability Issues. Journal of Nutrition 132: 839S–844S (2002).

Rifkin, S., Muller, F. and Bichmann, W. Primary health care: On measuring participation. Soc. Sci. Med. 26(9): 931–940 (1988).

Sanghvi, T and Murray, J. 1997. Improving child health through nutrition: The nutrition Minimum Package. Arlington, Va.: BASICS Project, for the USAID.

Seaman J, Clarke, P, Boudreau, T and Holt, J. 2000. The Household Economy Approach. A Resource Manual for Practitioners (SCF Development Manual No. 6). London, United Kingdom.

Tontisirin, K and Gillespie, S. Linking community-based programs and service delivery for improving maternal and child nutrition. Asian Development Review, 1: 1–33 (1999).

Winichagoon, P., Y. Kachondam, G. Attig, & K. Tontisirin, 1992. Integrating Food and Nutrition into Development. Thailand's Experiences and Future Visions. UNICEF/EAPRO and Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University, Thailand, 1992.

Some useful information:

  1. Publishers: Macmillan Education Ltd
    London and Oxford, with representatives throughout the world.
    www.macmillan-africa.com

  2. TALC
    P.O. Box 49
    St Albans
    Hertfordshire AL1 5TX
    United Kingdom
    Tel:  +44 (0) 1727 853 869
    Fax: +44 (0) 1727 846 852
    Email: talc@talcuk.org
    www.talcuk.org


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