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DIET MANUAL FOR THE CARIBBEAN 1980.pdf.jpg
Diet manual for the Caribbean
Pan American Health Organization ( 1980 )
DIET MANUAL FOR THE CARIBBEAN - 1984.pdf.jpg
Diet manual for the Caribbean
Pan American Health Organization ( 1984 )
BREASTFEEDING- BEFORE AND AFTER.pdf.jpg
Breastfeeding - before and after
Pan American Health Organization ( 1979 )
ANAEMIA STATUS AND CURRENT METHODS FOR ITS CONTROL IN ANTIGUA - SUGGESTED METHODS FOR ITS CONTROL THROUG.pdf.jpg
Anaemia status and current methods for its control in Antigua. Suggested methods for its control through the Primary Health Care System
Pan American Health Organization ( 1981 )
A GUIDE TO FEEDING THE WEANING AGE GROUP IN THE CARIBBEAN.pdf.jpg
A guide to feeding the weaning age group in the Caribbean
Pan American Health Organization ( 1982 )
Abstract

[Foreword]. Young children from about six months to three years of age are often the least well nourished members of their families. Their needs for energy, protein and iron in particular, often go unmet not only in families with limited incomes, but even in those that are more fortunate. Many parents do not realize the special needs of this group... This Guide was prepared by Mrs. P. Machew, Public Health Nutritionist, CFNI, and is divided into two parts. Part I deals with basic nutrition facts and explains the multimix principle of meal planning based on food groups. It outlines in detail how to feed children from approximately four months until they are eating all foods from the "family pot". Part II presents a number of recipes, some taken from the "family pot" and some requiring special preparation. suggested meal plans are also included in the Appendices.

A GUIDE FOR SUPERVISORS - INSTITUTIONAL FOOD SERVICE CFNI 1992 (SECOND EDITION).pdf.jpg
Institutional food service. A guide for supervisors (2nd edition)
Pan American Health Organization ( 1992 )
CFNI-J-3-89 - NUTRITION PROMOTION PROTECTION.pdf.jpg
Nutrition Promotion and Protection Programme: Perspectives to the year 2000
Pan American Health Organization ( 1989 )
CFNI-J-1-89 - WORKING DOCUMENT - PRESPECTIVES 2000.pdf.jpg
The food availability and consumption programme of CFNI: perspectives to the year 2000
Pan American Health Organization ( 1989 )
MEAL PLANNING FOR DIABETES - 1994.pdf.jpg
Meal Planning for Diabetes. 4.ed.
Pan American Health Organization; Zephirin, Manuelita (ed.); Hagley, Knox (ed.) ( 1994 )
FOOD COMPOSITION SUPPLEMENT 2000.pdf.jpg
Food Composition Tables for use in the English-Speaking Caribbean. Supplement
Pan American Health Organization ( 2000 )
FOOD COMPOSITION TABLES FOR USE IN THE ENGLISH SPEAKING CARIBBEAN - 1998 SECOND EDITION (REVI.pdf.jpg
Food Composition Tables for use in the English-Speaking Caribbean. 2nd ed rev.
Pan American Health Organization ( 1998 )
Dietary Guidelines St.Lucia.pdf.jpg
Food Based Dietary Guidelines for St. Lucia
( 2010 )
Dietary Guidelines Guyana (2).pdf.jpg
Food Based Dietary Guidelines for Guyana
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization; Food Policy Division, Ministry of Health ( 2010 )
cfni-dietaryguidelinesGDA (1).pdf.jpg
Food Based Dietary Guidelines for Grenada
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization ( 2010 )
cfni-dietaryguidelinesDOM.pdf.jpg
Dominica food based dietary guidelines: let Sisserou guide your meal
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization ( 2011 )
cfni-dietaryguidelinesBAH (1).pdf.jpg
Dietary guideline for Bahamas
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization ( 2011 )
AnnualReport09 CFNI.pdf.jpg
Annual Report of the Caribbean Food and Nutrition, 2009
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization ( 2009 )
Abstract

If the food crisis in 2008 was about soaring prices, the financial crisis of 2009 is about lower purchasing power. When combined, these unleash devastating consequences to poor countries and communities, particularly on nutrition in children. But the Food-Fuel-Finance crises of the last few years were also instructive and compel us to scale up the nutrition capacity to buffer countries against future shocks. The vulnerability of small island developing states is even greater and calls for synergies among health systems, social protection, food security and poverty reduction. The Caribbean is prone to natural disasters, particularly hurricanes. Between June and November each year the region is threatened by several tropical storms which often bring with them floods and land slides. The region also experiences regular periods of drought and, less frequently, earthquakes. Hurricanes, floods and drought often devastate the crops and the agriculture base of the Caribbean economies. This has a direct effect on domestic food supplies and also foreign exchange earnings which are required to buy food, among other needs (Dr. Fitzroy Henry Director, CFNI).

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Annual Report of the Caribbean Food and Nutrition, 2008
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization ( 2008 )
Abstract

As the year 2008 ended, the world moved from the crisis of high food prices towards another crisis, equally profound, of a global economic recession. These successive crises could have major inter-generational effects on the nutrition of children if not mitigated. Lessons learned from preserving nutrition during one crisis, could be invaluable for those which inevitably will follow. Let us use the responses to these crises wisely. Dr. Fitzroy Henry (Director, CFNI)

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Annual Report of the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute, 2007
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; Pan American Health Organization ( 2008 )
Abstract

"This report presents CFNI's efforts in 2007 in Policy Formulation, Human Resource Development, Surveillance/Research and Nutrition Promotion to improve the quality of life of Caribbean people through good nutrition and healthy lifestyles". Dr. Fitzroy J. Henry (Director, CFNI)

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