2013, English, Book, Illustrated, Map
Indigenous peoples' food systems & well-being : interventions & policies for healthy communities / edited by Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Bill Erasmus, Dina Spigelski, Barbara Burlingame.
The case studies presented in this book show the wealth of knowledge in indigenous communities in diverse ecosystems, the richness of their food resources, the strengths of the local traditional food systems, how people think about and use these foods, the influx of industrial and purchased food, and the circumstances of the nutrition transition in indigenous communities--Publisher's description.
Machine generated contents note: OVERVIEWS
ch. 1 Why do Indigenous Peoples' food and nutrition interventions for health promotion and policy need special consideration? / Barbara Burlingame
ch. 2 Health disparities: promoting Indigenous Peoples' health through traditional food systems and self-determination / Gail G. Harrison
ch. 3 Global environmental challenges to the integrity of Indigenous Peoples' food systems / Harriet V. Kuhnlein
ch. 4 Infant and young child complementary feeding among Indigenous Peoples / Marion L. Roche
ch. 5 Promotion of traditional foods to improve the nutrition and health of the Awajun of the Cenepa River in Peru / Irma Tuesta
ch. 6 The Dalit food system and maternal and child nutrition in Andhra Pradesh, South India / Grace M. Egeland
ch. 7 Gwich'in traditional food and health in Tetlit Zheh, Northwest Territories, Canada: phase II / Tetlit Zheh
Contents note continued: ch. 8 Inga food and medicine systems to promote community health / Ana Maria Chaparro
ch. 9 The value of Inuit elders' storytelling to health promotion during times of rapid climate changes and uncertain food security / Selina Kisa
ch. 10 Culture-based nutrition and health promotion in a Karen community / Suttilak Smitasiri
ch. 11 The Nuxalk Food and Nutrition Program for Health revisited / Harriet V. Kuhnlein
ch. 12 Let's Go Local! Pohnpei promotes local food production and nutrition for health / Harriet V. Kuhnlein
ch. 13 Tasty tonoto and not-so-tasty tonoto: fostering traditional food culture among the Ainu people in the Saru River region, Japan / Masami Iwasaki-Goodman
ch. 14 What food system intervention strategies and evaluation indicators are successful with Indigenous Peoples? / Harriet V. Kuhnlein
Contents note continued: ch. 15 Human rights implications of Indigenous Peoples' food systems and policy recommendations / Bill Erasmus
ch. 16 Policy and strategies to improve nutrition and health for Indigenous Peoples / Bill Erasmus
Identifying Indigenous Peoples
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The Right to Food and Indigenous Peoples - FAO Document
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