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World Bank. 2008-04; Washington, DC.

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production of staples; nutrition effects; cereal production; agricultural extension; animal source foods; social marketing; nutrition knowledge; human development; legumes; domestic grain production; economic growth; vitamin deficiency; iodine; rural household; nutritional outcomes; wheat; blindness; pregnancy; safety net; nutrition needs; health services; agricultural inputs; nutrition services; anemia; micronutrient supplementation; world food programme; milk; production systems; mortality; child nutrition; nutrition programs; sanitation; farmer; nutrition policies; health policy; food prices; nutrition interventions; agricultural commodities; household consumption; food consumption; marketing; child malnutrition; rural; livestock production; access to markets; nutrition outcomes; child feeding; safe water supply; food availability; vitamin a; income on food; vitamin c; household distribution; food shortages; nutrition programmes; agricultural wage; micronutrient deficiencies; vegetable crops; household food security; reduction in poverty; agricultural production; vitamins; family members; subsistence; infectious diseases; famine; poverty reduction strategy; vitamin a deficiency; overnutrition; pulses; obesity; food production; farm sector; poor nutrition; famines; animal food; communicable diseases; world food summit; institutional capacity; fruits; food intake; poor households; food crops; war; rural areas; household survey; food insecurity; small farmers; immunization; agricultural incomes; child nutritional status; food policy; bars; nutritionally vulnerable groups; inadequate food; infant feeding practices; chronic food insecurity; nutrition policy; iron; undernutrition; nutrient; prevalence of malnutrition; poor health; micro-credit; health care; proteins; peer education; rice; cash income; food consumption data; protein; sanitation services; access to food; cereal prices; income transfers; nutrition education; grain production; food crop production; ultra poor; food expenditures; agrarian economy; agriculture; wheat production; health education; farm employment; income generation; world food program; vegetable production; nutritional status; child morbidity; agricultural sector; food crop; public health; female schooling; rural households; poverty rates; farm work; dietary diversity; local farmers; direct nutrition interventions; female workers; calcium; food supplementation; aged; intervention; orange; rural maintenance; wfp; food aid; nutrient intake; agricultural growth; widespread poverty; dairy; crop losses; household incomes; poverty reduction strategy paper; community nutrition; vitamin; technical assistance; natural disasters; sweet potatoes; agricultural technologies; land size; fish products; growth monitoring; agricultural yields; calorie intake; nutrition indicators; micronutrients; living conditions; rural development; access to irrigation; food supply; poverty reduction; household expenditures on food; poverty line; landless households; imr; sugar; nutrition sector; staple foods; landholdings; agricultural wages; household income; starvation; vitamin a deficiencies; infant feeding; iron deficiency; human capital; malnutrition; determinants of malnutrition; pregnant women; diet; farmers; vegetables; nutrition components; breastfeeding; crop varieties; agricultural policy; diversification; egg; meal; targeting; food preferences; cereals; fruit; agricultural development; feeding; agricultural research

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The objective of this study is to demonstrate how the interaction between sectors can be improved to increase the effectiveness of sectoral interventions, and how the interventions in the agricultural sector and microfinance can be used to improve nutritional outcomes. The study will examine what has been done to improve nutrition through interventions in the agriculture sector and micr ...

Shekar, Meera, Mattern, Max, Eozenou, Patrick, Dayton Eberwein, Julia, Kweku Akuoku, Jonathan, Di Gropello, Emanuela, Karamba, Wendy. 2015; World Bank, Washington, DC. English.

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basic health; access to food; oral rehydration salts; health indicators; nutrition status; agricultural extension; morbidity; economic productivity; nutrition education; income quintile; complementary feeding; acute malnutrition; human development; infection; hunger; young child; conditional cash transfers; primary schools; cash transfer program; workers; iodine; nutritional outcomes; diarrheal diseases; stunted children; pregnancy; child feeding practices; malnourished children; human development index; world food program; nutritional status; health services; supplementary feeding; households with children; nutrition services; basic health services; malaria; female-headed households; nutrition; anemia; micronutrient supplementation; school attendance; diets; mortality; public health; food security; child nutrition; small-scale agriculture; child care; food intakes; nutrition programs; measles; vulnerable regions; sweet potato; farmer; sanitation; geographic region; humanitarian aid; calcium; flour; food supplementation; food distribution; aged; intervention; poverty rate; live births; nutrition interventions; hiv/aids; respiratory infections; household head; cost-effectiveness; poverty gap; population growth; maternal mortality; child malnutrition; feeding programs; diseases; nutrition outcomes; child feeding; regional variation; community nutrition; primary health care; community health; vitamin; vitamin a; safety nets; child mortality rates; hygiene; growth monitoring; food supplies; household vulnerability; micronutrient deficiencies; irrigation; maternal health; infant mortality rate; household heads; moderate malnutrition; mortality rates; natural disaster; agricultural production; families; family members; vitamins; capacity constraints; growth promotion; life expectancy; micronutrients; nutrition statistics; stunting; minerals; famine; food standards; hygiene practices; liver cirrhosis; spatial distribution; poverty reduction; extension agents; staple foods; nutrition sector; chronic malnutrition; household income; groundnuts; lack of knowledge; social protection; poor nutrition; health status; diagnostics; water sources; salt iodization; chronic undernutrition; child stunting; diarrhea; poor households; animal husbandry; food crops; iron deficiency; rural areas; child mortality; food insecurity; regional distribution; human capital; determinants of malnutrition; pregnant women; wasting; farmers; agricultural innovation; vulnerability to poverty; equitable access; food policy; breastfeeding; poverty reduction programs; schooling; folic acid; nutrition policy; iron; food safety; undernutrition; nutrient; infant mortality; acute respiratory infections; vitamin a supplementation; malnutrition rates; physical development; poor health; essential nutrition actions; mineral; health care; liver cancer; childhood illnesses; rice

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This paper builds on the global experience and Mali s context to identify an effective nutrition approach as well as costs and benefits of key nutrition programs, as part of a resilience agenda after the crisis. It is intended to help guide the selection of the most cost-effective interventions as well as strategies for scaling these up. The paper looks at both relevant nutrition-specif ...

World Bank. 2007-12; Washington, DC.

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iodine deficiency; newborn; vitamin b12; service delivery; nutrition review; waste; health sector; social marketing; morbidity; animal protein; serious malnutrition; child birth; essential nutrient; economic growth; iodine; blindness; pregnancy; pregnancies; early childhood; nutrition services; malaria; urban areas; anemia; wasted children; per capita consumption; health consequences; child care; early childhood mortality; nutrition programs; hospitals; newborns; developing countries; sanitation; growth retardation; household level; energy consumption; live births; nutrition interventions; respiratory infections; nutritionists; caloric intake; marketing; information system; child malnutrition; nutrition outcomes; chronic illness; under 5 mortality; food availability; vitamin a; vitamin a supplements; vitamin b; food shortages; hygiene; childhood mortality; underweight children; existing resources; urban women; rural women; maternal health; mortality rates; childhood malnutrition; social action; immune system; families; vitamins; infant; infectious diseases; vitamin a deficiency; health system; dietary energy; labor market; obesity; hospital; poor nutrition; primary school; communicable diseases; salt iodization; national expertise; food intake; diarrhea; poor households; kwashiorkor; low birth weight; baby; illness; rural areas; food insecurity; immunization; ors; wasting; sanitation facilities; livestock development; progress; gbs; curative health care; home gardens; parasites; world health organization; rural villages; iodine deficiency disorders; iron; undernutrition; nutrient; vitamin a supplementation; breast milk; malnutrition rates; poor health; cooking; safe water; mineral; behavioural change; scarce resources; income growth; rice; iron deficiencies; household size; public health problem; infant mortality rates; nutrition education; infection; hunger; child survival; child development; child care programs; extreme poverty; mother; limited resources; stunted children; maternal nutrition; malnourished children; ministry of health; nutritional status; agricultural sector; nutrition; diets; health care system; public health; food security; low birth weight infants; measles; nutrition problems; vocational training; dietary diversity; public service; poorer households; calcium; flour; human body; food supplementation; aged; intervention; water supply; maternal death; physical growth; nutrient supplements; maternal mortality; hospitalization; school children; breastfeeding promotion; diseases; hiv; nutrients; ill health; millennium development goals; vitamin; health centers; technical assistance; caregivers; health problems; respect; neo-natal mortality; development assistance; young children; calorie intake; nutrition indicators; severe malnutrition; micronutrients; living conditions; prenatal care; goiter; stunting; nutritional anemia; minerals; babies; nursing; public services; pregnancy complications; poverty reduction; vicious cycle; under five mortality; sugar; food fortification; clean water; breast feeding; vitamin deficiencies; nutrition sector; nutrition deficiencies; chronic malnutrition; household income; social protection; income poverty; gender equality; sexually transmitted diseases; national development; community development; physical activity; child deaths; nutrient deficiency; labor force; carbohydrates; universal primary education; educational attainment; iron deficiency; social welfare; zinc deficiency; child mortality; human capital; malnutrition; pregnant women; diet; poor policy; housing; access to information; vegetables; breastfeeding; national action; schooling; child-care; medical staff; infant mortality; policy makers; fruit; physical development; maternal deaths; productivity; service providers

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This report explores the importance of nutrition for Tanzania. It demonstrates that the prevalence of malnutrition is very high. In fact, Tanzania appears to be affected by a double burden of malnutrition, with a very high incidence of undernourished children, but with a high prevalence of overweight and obese adults as well, particularly in urban areas. The report highlights the high ( ...

Chauca de Zaldivar, L.. Estudio FAO: Produccion y Sanidad Animal (FAO), 1014-1200. 1997. Spanish.

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Journal Article

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amerique du sud; necesidades de nutrientes; animal nutrition; nutricion animal; physiologie de la nutrition; mercadeo; guinea pigs; carcasses; genetique; heritability; production animale; andean region; nutrition physiology; reproduccion; south america; alimentacion de los animales; nutritional requirements; besoin nutritionnel; canal animal; heritabilite; alimentation des animaux; family farms; animal breeding; genetica; cobaya; cobaye; commercialisation; nutrition animale; genetics; sante animale; heredabilidad; amelioration des animaux; digestion; america del sur; feeds; produccion animal; region andina; piensos; animal feeding; region andine; mejoramiento animal; exploitation agricole familiale; carcasse; marketing; sanidad animal; animal health; explotacion agricola familiar; aliment pour animaux; fisiologia de la nutricion; animal production; reproduction

Done, S., Thomson, J., Varley. 15. International Pig Veterinary Society Congress, 15, Birmingham (England), 5-9 Jul (1998); 1998; University Press English.

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15. International Pig Veterinary Society Congress, 15, Birmingham (England), 5-9 Jul (1998)

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elevage; ganaderia; fisiologia animal; production; animal nutrition; control de enfermedades; porcinos; nutricion animal; physiologie de la nutrition; fonction physiologique; maladie des animaux; production animale; nutrition animale; sante animale; nutrition physiology; reproduccion; digestion; disease control; physiological functions; produccion animal; respiratory diseases; desarrollo biologico; maladie respiratoire; produccion; porcin; developpement biologique; swine; zoologia; animal husbandry; zoologie; sanidad animal; animal health; cerdo; enfermedades de los animales; animal physiology; animal diseases; physiologie animale; controle de maladies; biological development; fisiologia de la nutricion; zoology; funcion fisiologica; enfermedades respiratorias; animal production; reproduction

World Bank. 2014-02; Washington, DC.

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pastoral populations; nutritional value; livestock enterprises; determinants; milk market; economic incentives; beef production; dairy cows; milk products; livestock producers; animal source foods; ruminants; livestock owners; animal protein; livestock markets; farm; animal dung; livestock husbandry; communal areas; supply chain; cultural reasons; livestock statistics; low income; tropical livestock unit; farms; dairy marketing; agriculture; rural household; equines; crop production; eggs; herd size; demand for livestock products; poultry meat; livestock research; tot; nutrition; goat; beef; breeds; animal power; livestock productivity; animal health services; mutton; animal industry; milk; food security; helminths; feeding practices; rural households; pig production; farming; live animals; livestock investments; livestock units; beef cattle; herd composition; equipment; milk consumption; herds; absolute value; herd structure; dairy cattle; livestock income; animal products; livestock activities; tallow; high value agricultural products; incomes; livestock farms; pork; food prices; local breed; animal welfare; collective action; pasture; animals; livestock products; livestock keepers; livelihoods; livestock information; meat markets; demand for food; livestock production systems; draft power; pig; dairy; farm animals; veterinary; livestock production; livestock industry; animal health; meat production; birds; livestock operations; animal resources; agricultural economics; pigs; animal production; sheep; livestock sector; feeds; flock; livestock assets; goats; ticks; poultry; breeding; goat meat; fodder; live weight; animal diseases; living conditions; rural development; food quality; species composition; animal; broiler producers; livestock product; poultry production; animal production systems; poverty reduction; rural livestock; food demand; village; egg production; swan; intensive livestock production; cheese; suppliers; feed; raw milk; livestock population; animal ownership; determinant; poultry science; rural areas; urbanization; meat products; herd; manure; diet; natural resources; farmers; chicken; human nutrition; housing; gender; small ruminants; vegetables; agricultural products; livestock; livestock species; animal foods; animal origin; crop residues; milk markets; egg; milking; live birds; lions; exotic breeds; livestock data; market access; food safety; livestock systems; meat; livestock ownership; fisheries; milk production; restaurants; livestock marketing; income from livestock; agricultural development; livestock outputs; feeding; economics; food products; cash income

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This paper investigates how the development of the livestock sector can contribute to economic growth and poverty reduction in the continent, with the ultimate objective of identifying major information gaps critical to designing and implementing successful livestock sector policies and investments. As a first step, the paper presents an analysis of African consumption of animal-source ...

World Bank, UN System High Level Task Force on Food Security. 2011-06-03; World Bank, Washington, DC.

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basic health; iodine deficiency; protein; remittances; access to food; child hunger; citizens; national efforts; child growth; food export; food purchases; basic health care; nutrition education; millennium development goal; effective action; national authorities; acute malnutrition; complementary foods; hunger; vaccines; economic growth; food systems; agriculture; social development; international community; economic prosperity; iodine; nutrition insecurity; nutritional outcomes; food security initiative; pregnancy; national governments; safety net; nutrition needs; basic health services; nutrition; school attendance; disasters; world food programme; production systems; household assets; public health; food security; child nutrition; healthy life; child care; tuberculosis; vulnerability; social capital; foods; climate change; nourishment; developing countries; sanitation; sustainable farming practices; calcium; adult education; poor communities; food prices; wfp; nutrition interventions; vulnerable populations; chronic hunger; livelihoods; food consumption; market information system; information system; health care systems; dairy; ifpri; nutrition surveillance; child health; breast-feeding; hiv; nutrition security; nutrition outcomes; food availability; millennium development goals; vitamin; vitamin a; vulnerable women; maize; sweet potatoes; income on food; purchasing power; employment generation; biodiversity; safety nets; hygiene; malnutrition among children; market information; reduction in poverty; interval between births; young children; nutritious foods; vitamins; population groups; infant; ministers of health; smallholder farming; micronutrients; rural development; insurance schemes; vulnerable groups; minerals; childrens diets; poverty reduction; food supply; provision of support; breast feeding; staple foods; food reserves; food production; social protection; national development; world food summit; vulnerable households; adverse impacts; fruits; diarrhea; educational attainment; animal husbandry; illness; rural areas; food insecurity; national development policies; human capital; malnutrition; poor people; humanitarian assistance; farmers; progress; information systems; international conference on nutrition; vegetables; breastfeeding; household food; nutritious food; smallholder farmers; schooling; food price; nutritional needs; sustainable development; iron; food preferences; nutrient; meat; improved seeds; mineral; health care; emergency situations; feeding; food products; rice

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This report relates to the food security pillar of the declaration on Development by G20 Leaders of the G20 Seoul Summit. It responds to a request from Brazil, Canada, France and Japan (co-facilitators on Food Security), on behalf of the co-chairs of the G20 Development Working Group. It contributes to Food Security Pillar Action 2 - the mitigation of risk associated with food insecurity ...

World Bank. 2010-01-01; World Bank.

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virus; terrestrial animal; pandemic influenza; influenza; surveillance system; disease information systems; animal disease; physicians; disease reporting; veterinary officer; livestock producers; early detection; morbidity; biosecurity; animal health agencies; farming systems; veterinary authorities; passive surveillance; handling; tourism; global outbreak; concentration of livestock production; frozen meat; disease risk; health services; wild birds; production systems; mortality; human pandemic; patients; laboratory; rabies; pandemic planning; human deaths; hospitals; chickens; live animals; sanitation; flu; animal population; wet markets; human cases; travelers; animal products; vaccination coverage; avian flu; antibiotics; pathogen; risk analysis; pandemics; swine; aging; hemorrhagic fever; zoonotic disease; veterinarians; progressive control; transmission; emerging infectious disease; movement of people; outbreak; commercial farms; animal health code; animal health codes; hygiene; livestock sector; animal disease outbreaks; holistic approach; emerging infectious diseases; agricultural production; wildfowl; poultry culling; mutation; poultry; disease in birds; pathogens; polio; pandemic preparedness; infectious diseases; poultry production; domestic poultry; animals to humans; culled; food production; spread of diseases; disease risks; communicable diseases; antiviral; viral infections; veterinary epidemiologist; animal health service; scientific research; outbreak alert; emerging diseases; commercial producers; global public health; livestock development; chicken; laboratories; migratory species; export ban; zoonotic diseases; exercises; livestock; animal origin; food safety; control measures; direct contact; h5n1 virus; health emergency; sudden death; influenza a; health care; epidemiology; veterinary policies; avian influenza; contagious diseases; drug resistance; diagnostic capacity; veterinary public health; influenza readiness; animal health officials; rna viruses; pathologist; wild species; hpai; veterinary services; close proximity; surveillance capacity; food chain; livestock feed; vaccines; diagnoses; workers; animal health information; flights; laws; agriculture organization; animal health status; disease burden; nutrition; avian influenza control; disease outbreaks; public health; risk factors; disease information; hot spots; outbreak containment; water pollution; re-emerging diseases; working conditions; isolation; risk assessment; migrants; animal health specialists; emerging disease; intervention; ducks; movement restrictions; infectious zoonotic diseases; spanish flu; emergency operations; symptoms; cold storage facilities; flu pandemic; compensation for farmers; hospitalization; h5n1; influenza viruses; organic material; active surveillance; lyme disease; patient; animal health; meat production; antiviral drugs; birds; animal resources; infectious disease surveillance; health regulations; disease surveillance; disease outbreak; environmental health; risk of exposure; animal product; host; control strategy; diagnostic tests; deaths; health beliefs; disease control strategies; preparedness planning; animal owner; animal health authorities; animal diseases; vectors; smallholder farming; global pandemic; diagnosis; hens; cage; disease control; pandemic risk; reportable diseases; livestock density; burns; warning system; slaughtered; feed; flocks; international organizations; threat of avian flu; surveillance programs; contingency plans; risk of cross-contamination; suicide; epidemic; control strategies; population density; vaccination; acute respiratory syndrome; vector; meat; laboratory results; wild bird; aging populations; wild bird species; epidemiology training program; pathogenic avian influenza

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Whether living in urban or rural environments, humans tend to perceive the world around them as being shaped by culture and industry more than by natural history. Humans, however, are part of a biological continuum that covers all living species. Charles Darwin's 200th birthday in 2009 could serve to remind us of this. All animals, including humans but also plants, fungi, and bacteria, ...

1990 German.

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Journal Article

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elevage; processed animal products; useful animals; ganaderia; animal welfare; foods; animal nutrition; environments; produit alimentaire; nutricion animal; bienestar animal; ethics; nutrition animale; sante animale; produit animal transforme; environnement; ethique; animal products; produit animal; productos animales procesados; animal husbandry; animal utile; sanidad animal; animal health; medio ambiente; productos de origen animal; animales utiles; bien etre animal; etica; alimentos

Steinmetz H.. 1993 German.

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Journal Article

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materiel d' elevage; animal breeding; genetica; useful animals; animal nutrition; nutricion animal; methode d' elevage; terminologie; genetique; production animale; nutrition animale; genetics; terminology; alojamiento de animales; amelioration des animaux; produccion animal; animal husbandry methods; alimentacion de los animales; animal feeding; mejoramiento animal; equipo de crianza; animal products; produit animal; plante fourragere; metodos de crianza; plantas forrajeras; logement des animaux; feed crops; animal utile; animal husbandry equipment; terminologia; alimentation des animaux; productos de origen animal; animales utiles; animal housing; animal production

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