Nutrition: Facts, Fallacies and Implications for Women concerned with Development
Cairo Papers in Social Science
The decision to reprint this volume has afforded the editor an opportunity to take another look at some of the issues and questions raised during the 1976 seminar and ask whether there have been any major changes or shifts of attention that bear directy on women, their health, and the development process in contemporary Egypt. Perhaps the single most significant trend in thinking about health care to emerge since the publication of the monograph has been the declaration of the International WHO Conference held in Alma-Ata, USSR in 1978 endorsing that primary health care is the key to achieving the target of health for all by the year 2000.
Women, Health, and Development
American University in Cairo Press
Cairo Papers in Social Science 1(1) - 2nd Edition
Women, health, development, daya, health service
Coles, A. M.
(1983).Nutrition: Facts, Fallacies and Implications for Women concerned with Development. American University in Cairo Press. , 39-51
Coles, Anne M.S.
Nutrition: Facts, Fallacies and Implications for Women concerned with Development. American University in Cairo Press, 1983.pp. 39-51