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CENTRAL ASIAN REPUBLICS AND KAZAKHSTAN 
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COUNTRY INFO:

Central Asian Republics and Kazakhstan (CARK)

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OVERVIEW

Issues Paper on Salt Iodization
JFPR 9005 Improving Nutrition of Poor Mothers and Children
in Asian Countries in Transition
Frits van der Haar, Emory University Scholl of Public Health, 2004

Sustainable Elimination of Iodine Deficiency through Universal Salt Iodization
Regional Overview & Keys to Success for CARK
(Power Point)
Nune Mangasaryan, Arnold Timmer, John Egbuta
(UNICEF REGIONAL OFFICE CEE/CIS & HEADQUARTERS)
September 2005

Strengthening Strategies for the Elimination of Micronutrient Malnutrition in CARK
Results of a Workshop, held on March 24-28 2003 in Almaty, Kazakhstan
UNICEF CARK, 2003

CARK MCH FORUM, VI Annual Meeting: Recommendations
4-6 November 2002, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

For more detailed information on Asian Development Bank programmes by country go to:
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ADVOCACY

See also Regional Policy Meetings

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COMMUNICATION

Issues Paper on Communication Activities

Beyond Creation of Consumer Demand for Iodized Salt and Flour Fortification in Central Asia / JFPR 9005
ADB (Gary Gleason), August 2004

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LEGISLATION

See also Regional Policy Meetings

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SALT PRODUCTION

Regional Workshop of Salt Producers of Central Asia:Decisions and Recommendations
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, July 2004

See also Regional Salt Producers Meetings

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MONITORING

Quality Control at production sites and in sales channels
Arnold Timmer (UNICEF), 13 October 2004

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