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  Title The anthropometric status of schoolchildren in five countries in the partnership for child development. [Review] [28 refs] Type Journal Article Article
  Year 1998 Publication Proceedings of the Nutrition Society Abbreviated Journal Proc.Nutr.Soc.  
  Volume 57 Issue 1 Pages 149-158  
  Keywords Im; Anthropometry; Child; Female; Ghana; Humans; India; Indonesia; Male; Nutritional Status; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Tanzania; Vietnam; 12  
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  Publisher Place of Publication England Editor  
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  ISSN 0029-6651 ISBN Medium  
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  Notes Record Owner: NLM; Publishing Model: Print; NLM Journal Code: pw6, 7505881; Entry Date: 19980610 Approved no  
  Call Number refbase @ user @ 121 Serial 8163  
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  Title 2nd International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods. Proceedings of a symposium. Boston, Massachusetts, January 22-24,1995 Type Journal Article Article
  Year 1997 Publication American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Abbreviated Journal Am.J.Clin.Nutr.  
  Volume 65 Issue 4 Suppl Pages 1097s-1368s  
  Keywords Aim, Im; Humans; Nutrition Assessment; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't  
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  Publisher Place of Publication United States Editor  
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  ISSN 0002-9165 ISBN Medium  
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  Notes Record Owner: NLM; Publishing Model: Print; NLM Journal Code: 3ey, 0376027; Entry Date: 19970430 Approved no  
  Call Number refbase @ user @ 192 Serial 8164  
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  Title Report of meeting on supplementary feeding programmes with particular reference to refugee populations. Comite Scientifique Consultatif de Nutrition, Action Internationale Contre la Faim Type Journal Article Article
  Year 1995 Publication European journal of clinical nutrition Abbreviated Journal Eur.J.Clin.Nutr.  
  Volume 49 Issue 2 Pages 137-145  
  Keywords Im; Adult; Aged; Child; Child Nutrition Disorders/pc [Prevention & Control]; Comparative Study; Cookery; Diet; Dietary Fats/ad [Administration & Dosage]; Dietary Proteins/ad [Administration & Dosage]; Evaluation Studies; Fatty Acids, Essential/ad [Administration & Dosage]; Female; Food; Food Labeling; Food, Fortified; Humans; Minerals/ad [Administration & Dosage]; Nutrition Disorders/pc [Prevention & Control]; Nutritive Value; Pregnancy; Refugees; Vitamins/ad [Administration & Dosage]  
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  Notes Record Owner: NLM; Publishing Model: Journal available in: Print Citation processed from: Print; NLM Journal Code: ejc, 8804070; CAS Registry/EC Number/Name of Substance: 0 (Dietary Fats). 0 (Dietary Proteins). 0 (Fatty Acids, Essential). 0 (Minerals). 0 (Vitamins).; Entry Date: 19950609 Approved no  
  Call Number refbase @ user @ 430 Serial 8165  
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  Title The Giessen Declaration Type Journal Article Article
  Year 2005 Publication Public health nutrition Abbreviated Journal Public Health Nutr.  
  Volume 8 Issue 6a Pages 783-786  
  Keywords Im; Agriculture/mt [Methods]; Food Supply; Food Technology; Humans; Needs Assessment; Nutrition; Nutrition Policy  
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  Notes Record Owner: NLM; Publishing Model: Journal available in: Print Citation processed from: Print; NLM Journal Code: 9808463, dgy; Entry Date: 20060203 Approved no  
  Call Number refbase @ user @ 427 Serial 8168  
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  Title The health and nutritional status of schoolchildren in Africa: evidence from school-based health programmes in Ghana and Tanzania. The Partnership for Child Development.[erratum appears in Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1998 Jul-Aug;92(4):450] Type Journal Article Article
  Year 1998 Publication Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene Abbreviated Journal Trans.R.Soc.Trop.Med.Hyg.  
  Volume 92 Issue 3 Pages 254-261  
  Keywords Im; Adolescent; Anemia, Iron-Deficiency/ep [Epidemiology]; Child; Female; Ghana/ep [Epidemiology]; Health Surveys; Hemoglobins/an [Analysis]; Humans; Male; Nutritional Status; Parasite Egg Count; Parasitic Diseases/ep [Epidemiology]; Physical Examination; Questionnaires; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Risk Factors; Rural Health; School Health Services; Tanzania/ep [Epidemiology]  
  Abstract Surveys of the health of schoolchildren in Tanga Region, Tanzania and Volta Region, Ghana are reported. Two age groups of both sexes were studied: 8-9 and 12-13 years old. Children themselves tend to have a poor perception of their health status. This is confirmed by biomedical surveys. Evidence was common of chronic ill-health due to undernutrition, anaemia, parasitic infections and micronutrient deficiencies. The older age groups of both sexes were significantly more stunted (height-for-age z score < 2 below National Center for Health Statistics reference values) than the younger groups, indicating that linear growth continues to falter throughout the school-age years. Anaemia was common: 38% of children in Ghana and 75% of children in Tanzania had a haemoglobin level < 120 g/L. Younger children were more likely to be anaemic than older children, but no significant difference between the sexes was observed. Helminth infections which cause blood loss (Schistosoma haematobium and hookworms) were common and only 37% of children in Ghana and 14% in Tanzania had no evidence of worm infection. In Ghana, 71% of children had a low urinary iodine concentration; in Tanzania 38%. The burden of ill-health suggests that school health programmes in these countries which deliver anthelmintics and micronutrient supplements have the potential to improve the health, growth and educational achievements of schoolchildren.  
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  Notes Record Owner: NLM; Publishing Model: Journal available in: Print Citation processed from: Print; NLM Journal Code: wbu, 7506129; CAS Registry/EC Number/Name of Substance: 0 (Hemoglobins).; Entry Date: 19981231 Approved no  
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