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Thursday, September 07, 2006 

Workshop on Nutrition and Physical Activities: CFNI
Nutrition and physical activities are part of a two-day workshop organized by the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI) in Antigua & Barbuda. By engaging this framework the institute is exploring the linkages in terms of methodological approaches in collection and analyses of data and their dissemination through educational materials. Viewed under the lenses of Public health driven initiatives, this workshop is meaningful for policy-based strategies and the reviews of practices to address the critical factors liaised with food choices, physical activities and screen time. Thus, an opportunity for public health professionals to merge and broaden certain outcomes in knowledge management vis-à-vis national strategies taking into account the connections between nutrition, food security and their overall impacts on community-driven schemes and development processes.


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