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BEYOND THE EAST ASIAN MIRACLE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Buscar Toggle navigation Libros Autores Suscripciones Recursos Bibliotecarios Distribuidores Educadores Catálogo Órdenes Recurrentes Derechos de autor & Permisos Shopping cart You are here Shop » BEYOND THE EAST ASIAN MIRACLE English Series: UNDP Discussion Papers Series Region(s): Asia Pacific Beyond the 'East Asian Miracle' An Asian View Author: UNDP Publication date: November 1996 Page count: 80 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 96.III.B.9 Available Formats Print Unavailable About the product Various explanations of the 'Asian miracle' are presented and debated in this study which draws on insights presented by Asian economists.
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BEYOND THE EAST ASIAN MIRACLE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Recherche Toggle navigation Ouvrages Auteur Abonnements Ressources Bibliothécaires Distributeurs Éducateurs Catalogue Commandes régulières Droits & Autorisations Shopping cart You are here Shop » BEYOND THE EAST ASIAN MIRACLE English Series: UNDP Discussion Papers Series Region(s): Asia Pacific Beyond the 'East Asian Miracle' An Asian View Author: UNDP Publication date: November 1996 Page count: 80 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 96.III.B.9 Available Formats Print Unavailable About the product Various explanations of the 'Asian miracle' are presented and debated in this study which draws on insights presented by Asian economists.
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related non-communicable diseases (DRNCDs), especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type -2 diabetes that have doubled in adults during the last decade. (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems Establishing a multisectoral food security and nutrition information system that can capture both nutrition specific and sensitive interventions Provide food based approach guidelines to tackle problem of malnutrition though agriculture related nutrition sensitive interventions Support reviewing of education programme curriculum for certificates and diploma level so as to increases food and nutrition scientist who can work at community level Develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of nutrition in view of multisectoral approach Q2; Which activities would need to be accelerated in your country to reach these targets? (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems interpretation to total dietary consumption.
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related non-communicable diseases (DRNCDs), especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type -2 diabetes that have doubled in adults during the last decade. (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems Establishing a multisectoral food security and nutrition information system that can capture both nutrition specific and sensitive interventions Provide food based approach guidelines to tackle problem of malnutrition though agriculture related nutrition sensitive interventions Support reviewing of education programme curriculum for certificates and diploma level so as to increases food and nutrition scientist who can work at community level Develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of nutrition in view of multisectoral approach Q2; Which activities would need to be accelerated in your country to reach these targets? (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems interpretation to total dietary consumption.
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related non-communicable diseases (DRNCDs), especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type -2 diabetes that have doubled in adults during the last decade. (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems Establishing a multisectoral food security and nutrition information system that can capture both nutrition specific and sensitive interventions Provide food based approach guidelines to tackle problem of malnutrition though agriculture related nutrition sensitive interventions Support reviewing of education programme curriculum for certificates and diploma level so as to increases food and nutrition scientist who can work at community level Develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of nutrition in view of multisectoral approach Q2; Which activities would need to be accelerated in your country to reach these targets? (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems interpretation to total dietary consumption.
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related non-communicable diseases (DRNCDs), especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type -2 diabetes that have doubled in adults during the last decade. (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems Establishing a multisectoral food security and nutrition information system that can capture both nutrition specific and sensitive interventions Provide food based approach guidelines to tackle problem of malnutrition though agriculture related nutrition sensitive interventions Support reviewing of education programme curriculum for certificates and diploma level so as to increases food and nutrition scientist who can work at community level Develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of nutrition in view of multisectoral approach Q2; Which activities would need to be accelerated in your country to reach these targets? (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems interpretation to total dietary consumption.
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related non-communicable diseases (DRNCDs), especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type -2 diabetes that have doubled in adults during the last decade. (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems Establishing a multisectoral food security and nutrition information system that can capture both nutrition specific and sensitive interventions Provide food based approach guidelines to tackle problem of malnutrition though agriculture related nutrition sensitive interventions Support reviewing of education programme curriculum for certificates and diploma level so as to increases food and nutrition scientist who can work at community level Develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of nutrition in view of multisectoral approach Q2; Which activities would need to be accelerated in your country to reach these targets? (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems interpretation to total dietary consumption.
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related non-communicable diseases (DRNCDs), especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type -2 diabetes that have doubled in adults during the last decade. (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems Establishing a multisectoral food security and nutrition information system that can capture both nutrition specific and sensitive interventions Provide food based approach guidelines to tackle problem of malnutrition though agriculture related nutrition sensitive interventions Support reviewing of education programme curriculum for certificates and diploma level so as to increases food and nutrition scientist who can work at community level Develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of nutrition in view of multisectoral approach Q2; Which activities would need to be accelerated in your country to reach these targets? (...) Strengthening prevention and management of Diet Related Non-Communicable Diseases (DRNCDs) Integrate comprehensive methods that take on healthy diets, lifestyles, and sustainable food systems interpretation to total dietary consumption.
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BEYOND THE EAST ASIAN MIRACLE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form 搜索 Toggle navigation 图书 作者 订阅 资源 图书管理员 分销商 教育者 商品目录 定期订单 版权与权限 Shopping cart You are here Shop » BEYOND THE EAST ASIAN MIRACLE English Series: UNDP Discussion Papers Series Region(s): Asia Pacific Beyond the 'East Asian Miracle' An Asian View Author: UNDP Publication date: November 1996 Page count: 80 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 96.III.B.9 Available Formats Print Unavailable About the product Various explanations of the 'Asian miracle' are presented and debated in this study which draws on insights presented by Asian economists.
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Very often, income is paraded as the indicator, and several cities in developing countries are described as ‘economic miracles’. Has anyone ever taken a walk around the million-dweller slums that surround those miracles? (...) We are not yet machines to be fuelled by ‘balanced diets’ synthesised in a laboratory. Food culture of a society enables it to experience this pleasure; moreover, it also points to animals and plants best suited for the purpose within a given area. (...) People’s ability to procure a wholesome, varied and a balanced diet depends on its sustained availability and affordability.
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