The applied nutrition program: The basic of the national nutrition plan
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Applied nutrition programs, promoted and supported by PAHO/WHO, FAO, and UNICEF, could be the starting point for far-ranging national food and nutrition plans in the developing countries. This article gives an account of Colombia’s encouraging experience in this respect, and discusses the many circumstances and factors which have made it possible to expand and amalgamate a variety of nutrition programs into a plan at the national level.
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