Further Reading

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (1992, July 24) Famine-affected, refugee, and displaced populations: Recommendations for public health issues Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report RR-13.

Collins S (2001) Changing the way we implement famine relief programs. Lancet. 358(9280): 498-501, 2001 Aug 11.

Mason J (2002) Lessons on nutrition of displaced people. Journal of Nutrition. B2(7): 20963-21035, 2002 Jul.

Medecins Sans Frontiers (1995) Nutrition Guidelines. Medecins Sans Frontiers, Geneva, Switzerland.

Medecins Sans Frontiers (1997) Refugee Health: An Approach to Emergency Situations. Medecins Sans Frontiers, Paris, France.

Sphere Project (2004) Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response. Sphere Project, Geneva, Switzerland.

UNHCR/UNICEF/WFP/WHO (2002) Food and Nutrition Needs in Emergencies. Geneva: World Health Organization. Joint publication UNHCR/UNICEF/WFP/WHO.

WHO/UNHCR (1988) Nutrition in Times of Disaster, Report of an international conference held at World Health Organization headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland, September 27-30, 1988. Geneva: World Health Organization. Joint publication WHO/UNHCR.

World Health Organization (1999) Management of Severe Malnutrition: A Manual for Physicians and Other Senior Health Workers. Geneva: World Health Organization.

World Health Organization (2000) The Management of Nutrition in Major Emergencies. Geneva: World Health Organization.

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