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Wageningen Course

The theme of the 29th international Course on food and Nutrition held at Wagenengen in the Netherlands is 'Food and nutrition Security - Caring for Women and Children'. This post-graduate course aims at training participants in identifying community food security and nutrition problems and at providing them with adequate knowledge to formulate, implement and evaluate programmatic activities directed at alleviating such problems.The course is of particular relevance to officers dealing with activities directed at the improvement of the community food and nutrition situation in developing countries. It will be held between January 11th and June 13th 1998.

Applications should be made before September 15th 1997 to the Director of the International Agricultural Centre, PO Box 88, 6700 AB Wageningen, the Netherlands.

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Wageningen Course. Field Exchange 2, August 1997. p21. www.ennonline.net/fex/2/course