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Public Nutrition in Emergencies: An Overview of Debates, Dilemmas and Decision-making
A Measure of Uncertainty: The Nature of Vulnerability and Its Relationship to Malnutrition
Webb, P.; Harinarayan, A.
Malnutrition in Emergencies: How Can We Do Better and Where Do the Responsibilities Lie?
The Sphere Project: The Implications of Making Humanitarian Principles and Codes Work
Public Nutrition from an Approach to a Discipline: Concern’s Nutrition Case Studies in Complex Emergencies
Borrel, A.; Salama, P.
The Management of Severe Malnutrition in Burundi: An NGO’s Perspective of the Practical Constraints to Effective Emergency and Medium-term Programmes
Fournier, A-S.; Mason, F.; Peacocke, B.; Prudhon, C.
Ageism: A Factor in the Nutritional Vulnerability of Older People?
Targeting the Vulnerable: A Review of the Necessity and Feasibility of Targeting Vulnerable Households
Jaspers, S.; Shoham, J.
Programmes in Chronically Vulnerable Areas: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Index to Volume 23, 1999
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