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Title:

Indigenous Peoples Food Diary, Ratanakiri Province Cambodia

Abstract:

The Indigenous Peoples Food Diary is a research report based on studies conducted in Ratankiri province, Cambodia in 2002 and 2003. This report includes the results of participatory activities aimed at understanding issues of food availability, consumption, food taboos, and the implications for nutrition and health status of indigenous peoples in Ratanakiri province. There are a number of factors identified in the paper that result in poor nutrition of the study group. The report concludes that appropriate health education combined with programs to address other causes of malnutrition would improve the health and nutrition status of these ethnic minority groups in Cambodia.

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Author / Editor:

Dr Prudence Hamade, MD

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Source Institution / Org:

Health Unlimited

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Post date:

2011-08-08

Country / Region:

Cambodia

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