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Policy Dialogue-Technical Meeting Poverty Alleviation and Food Security Strategies in the Caribbean

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Policy Dialogue-Technical Meeting Poverty Alleviation and Food Security Strategies in the CaribbeanPoverty Alleviation and Food Security strategies in the Caribbean target one of the key Millennium Development Goals (MDG) — poverty and hunger. Because the MDGs are interlinked, impacting on one — as fundamental as poverty - will undoubtedly have an impact on several others.

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Caribbean Nutrition Day, June 1, 2009 - Healthy Eating, Active Living: A Family Affair

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Healthy Eating and Active Living: A Family Affair icon Caribbean Nutrition Day, June 1, 2009 - Healthy Eating, Active Living: A Family Affair

Anguilla Nutrition Dayicon Anguilla Nutrition Day Flyer

Caribbean Nutrition Day Anguilla 2009icon Caribbean Nutrition Day Anguilla 2009

 
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Nyam News June nos.1& 2 , 2008 - Physical Activity and Cancer

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Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the Caribbean. There are manykinds of cancer: in fact cancer is the general name given to a group of more than 100 diseases which all develop as a result of abnormal cell-growth.

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NyamnewsAug1-207

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If you read the label on many

commercially prepared sodas

and juice drinks, chances are

that you will see high fructose corn

syrup (HFCS) listed among the

ingredients.

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NyamnewsSept1-207

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Cheese is a very common, well-liked and widely used food item in the Caribbean.This mostly solid food can be made from the curdled milk of cows, goats, sheep, or other mammals. There are many types of cheese but not all are available throughout the Caribbean. Some islands/countries have more varieties than others.
 
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