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Erratum

Dear Readers,

You may have noticed that the issue number on the cover of the last Field Exchange was wrong... it was meant to be number seven, not six. Also, Jeremy's profile was way out of date, he no longer runs the Emergency Nutrition MSc. at the Public Health Nutrition Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. It is now organised by Claire Schofield.

We would like to apologise, for any incovenience these errors may have caused.

Yours,
Kornelius Elstner

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Kornelius Elstner (1999). Erratum. Field Exchange 8, November 1999. p1. www.ennonline.net/fex/8/errata