Preventing micronutrient malnutrition: A guide to food-based approaches - A manual for policy makers and programme planners

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1. Introduction

2. Implementing diet- and food-based approaches

3. The planning process

4. Monitoring, surveillance and evaluation

5. Special needs of vulnerable groups

6. Summary action plan



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