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Khader Vijaya Maheswari K. Uma

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K. Uma Maheswari,Vijaya Khader

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Managing food security in a predominantly Rural Economy such as India, requires an understanding not only of how Agricultural Policies of food Supply and incomes but also how households acquire food and cope with insecurity of food. Many economists regard Income as the main indicator of welfare, but other planners maintain that food consumption, health and Nutrition of Household members are also important in defining a household`s standard of living. The main concerned of this Study is to trace the pathways from economic and social policies to food security and ultimately to nutrition. Over the year of famine and drought households have developed some mechanisms to cope with scarcity. Households take the decisions out of past experience in coping with food insecurity. There are a few mechanisms that are applicable to most households in a given area. Therefore an understanding of the coping mechanisms adopted for food security at household level in drought prone areas is essential to find out Solutions for future. This work represents comprehensive analysis of the data on 300 households collected in the drought prone areas of Ananthpur district, Andhra Pradesh. Two rounds of survey was conducted in the present study to understand the difference in mechanisms operating between "peak" and "lean" seasons. Given the recent interest in the need for understanding the impact of climate changes on food security and overall development, this study will address the various coping mechanisms adopted at household level, to reduce food insecurity in drought prone environments. The study will be of particular interest to Natural and social scientists, policy makers and Ngo staff. These unique data set enables researchers examine the temporal dimensions of food security, income, consumption, nutritional status and many other issues that cannot be adequately addressed. The entire process of this study, which included more than three and half years, involved many Institutions and individuals. Contents, I. INTRODUCTION : 1. General Objective 2. Specific Objective II. REVIEW OF literature : 1. Coping Mechanism Adapted for Food Security at Household Level Food Production Based Coping Mechanisms : i. Agriculture based Coping Mechanism ii. Livestock and Based Coping Mechanisms 2. Economic/Employment/Income Generation Based Coping Mechanisms 3. Asset Based Coping Mechanisms 4. Food Procurement, Storage, Preparation, Distribution and Consumption Based Coping Mechanisms 5. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of the Population in Drought Prone Areas with Special Reference to Women and Pre-school Children 6. Contribution of Welfare Programmes for Food Security III. MATERIALS AND METHODS : 1. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status Assessment IV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION : 1. Village Profiles 2. Socio-Economic Status of the Families 3. Coping Mechanisms adapted by the Families for Food Security at Household Level in Drought Prone Area 4. Food Production based Coping Mechanisms 5. Employment, Economic and Income Generation Based Coping Mechanisms 6. Economic Based Coping Mechanisms 7. Asset Based Coping Mechanisms 8. Food Procurement Based Coping Mechanisms 9. Food Storage Based Coping Mechanisms 10. Food Preparation, Distribution and Consumption Based Coping Mechanisms 11. Social based Coping Mechanisms 12. Health Based Coping Mechanisms 13. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of Women and Pre-school Children 14. Nutritional Status of Women and Pre-school Children Printed Pages: 184. Seller Inventory # 60937

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Managing food security in a predominantly Rural Economy such as India, requires an understanding not only of how Agricultural Policies of food Supply and incomes but also how households acquire food and cope with insecurity of food. Many economists regard Income as the main indicator of welfare, but other planners maintain that food consumption, health and Nutrition of Household members are also important in defining a household`s standard of living. The main concerned of this Study is to trace the pathways from economic and social policies to food security and ultimately to nutrition. Over the year of famine and drought households have developed some mechanisms to cope with scarcity. Households take the decisions out of past experience in coping with food insecurity. There are a few mechanisms that are applicable to most households in a given area. Therefore an understanding of the coping mechanisms adopted for food security at household level in drought prone areas is essential to find out Solutions for future. This work represents comprehensive analysis of the data on 300 households collected in the drought prone areas of Ananthpur district, Andhra Pradesh. Two rounds of survey was conducted in the present study to understand the difference in mechanisms operating between "peak" and "lean" seasons. Given the recent interest in the need for understanding the impact of climate changes on food security and overall development, this study will address the various coping mechanisms adopted at household level, to reduce food insecurity in drought prone environments. The study will be of particular interest to Natural and social scientists, policy makers and Ngo staff. These unique data set enables researchers examine the temporal dimensions of food security, income, consumption, nutritional status and many other issues that cannot be adequately addressed. The entire process of this study, which included more than three and half years, involved many Institutions and individuals. Contents, I. INTRODUCTION : 1. General Objective 2. Specific Objective II. REVIEW OF literature : 1. Coping Mechanism Adapted for Food Security at Household Level Food Production Based Coping Mechanisms : i. Agriculture based Coping Mechanism ii. Livestock and Based Coping Mechanisms 2. Economic/Employment/Income Generation Based Coping Mechanisms 3. Asset Based Coping Mechanisms 4. Food Procurement, Storage, Preparation, Distribution and Consumption Based Coping Mechanisms 5. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of the Population in Drought Prone Areas with Special Reference to Women and Pre-school Children 6. Contribution of Welfare Programmes for Food Security III. MATERIALS AND METHODS : 1. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status Assessment IV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION : 1. Village Profiles 2. Socio-Economic Status of the Families 3. Coping Mechanisms adapted by the Families for Food Security at Household Level in Drought Prone Area 4. Food Production based Coping Mechanisms 5. Employment, Economic and Income Generation Based Coping Mechanisms 6. Economic Based Coping Mechanisms 7. Asset Based Coping Mechanisms 8. Food Procurement Based Coping Mechanisms 9. Food Storage Based Coping Mechanisms 10. Food Preparation, Distribution and Consumption Based Coping Mechanisms 11. Social based Coping Mechanisms 12. Health Based Coping Mechanisms 13. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of Women and Pre-school Children 14. Nutritional Status of Women and Pre-school Children Printed Pages: 184. Seller Inventory # 60937

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K. Uma Maheswari & Vijaya Khader

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About this Item: Discovery, 2000. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction: i). General objective. ii). Specific objective. 2. Review of literature: i). Coping mechanism adapted for food security at household level. ii). Food production based coping mechanisms: a). Agriculture based coping mechanism. b). Livestock and based coping meachanisms. iii). Economic/employment/income generation based coping mechanisms. iv). Asset based coping mechanisms. v). Food procurement, storage, preparation, distribution and consumption based coping mechanisms.vi). Food & nutrient intake and nutritional status of the population in drought prone areas with special reference to women and pre-school children. vii). Contribution of welfare programmes for food security. 3. Materials and methods: i). Food & nutrient intake and nutritional status assessment. 4. Results and disscussion; i). Village profiles. ii). Socio- economic status of the families. iii). Coping mechanisms adapted by the families for food security at household level in drought prone area. iv). Food production based coping mechanisms. v). Employment, economic and income generation based coping mechanisms. vi). Economic based coping mechanisms. vii). Asset based coping mechanisms. viii). Food procurement based coping mechanisms. ix). Food storage based coping mechanisms. x). Food preparation, distribution and consumption based coping mechanisms. xi). Social based coping mechanisms. xii). Health based coping mechanisms. xiii). Food & nutrient intake and nutritional status of women and pre- school children. xiv). Nutritional status of women and pre-school children. 174 pp. Seller Inventory # 9420

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Khader Vijaya

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Khader Vijaya

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Khader Vijaya

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Managing food security in a predominantly Rural Economy such as India, requires an understanding not only of how Agricultural Policies of food Supply and incomes but also how households acquire food and cope with insecurity of food. Many economists regard Income as the main indicator of welfare, but other planners maintain that food consumption, health and Nutrition of Household members are also important in defining a household`s standard of living. The main concerned of this Study is to trace the pathways from economic and social policies to food security and ultimately to nutrition. Over the year of famine and drought households have developed some mechanisms to cope with scarcity. Households take the decisions out of past experience in coping with food insecurity. There are a few mechanisms that are applicable to most households in a given area. Therefore an understanding of the coping mechanisms adopted for food security at household level in drought prone areas is essential to find out Solutions for future. This work represents comprehensive analysis of the data on 300 households collected in the drought prone areas of Ananthpur district, Andhra Pradesh. Two rounds of survey was conducted in the present study to understand the difference in mechanisms operating between "peak" and "lean" seasons. Given the recent interest in the need for understanding the impact of climate changes on food security and overall development, this study will address the various coping mechanisms adopted at household level, to reduce food insecurity in drought prone environments. The study will be of particular interest to Natural and social scientists, policy makers and Ngo staff. These unique data set enables researchers examine the temporal dimensions of food security, income, consumption, nutritional status and many other issues that cannot be adequately addressed. The entire process of this study, which included more than three and half years, involved many Institutions and individuals. Contents, I. INTRODUCTION : 1. General Objective 2. Specific Objective II. REVIEW OF literature : 1. Coping Mechanism Adapted for Food Security at Household Level Food Production Based Coping Mechanisms : i. Agriculture based Coping Mechanism ii. Livestock and Based Coping Mechanisms 2. Economic/Employment/Income Generation Based Coping Mechanisms 3. Asset Based Coping Mechanisms 4. Food Procurement, Storage, Preparation, Distribution and Consumption Based Coping Mechanisms 5. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of the Population in Drought Prone Areas with Special Reference to Women and Pre-school Children 6. Contribution of Welfare Programmes for Food Security III. MATERIALS AND METHODS : 1. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status Assessment IV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION : 1. Village Profiles 2. Socio-Economic Status of the Families 3. Coping Mechanisms adapted by the Families for Food Security at Household Level in Drought Prone Area 4. Food Production based Coping Mechanisms 5. Employment, Economic and Income Generation Based Coping Mechanisms 6. Economic Based Coping Mechanisms 7. Asset Based Coping Mechanisms 8. Food Procurement Based Coping Mechanisms 9. Food Storage Based Coping Mechanisms 10. Food Preparation, Distribution and Consumption Based Coping Mechanisms 11. Social based Coping Mechanisms 12. Health Based Coping Mechanisms 13. Food & Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of Women and Pre-school Children 14. Nutritional Status of Women and Pre-school Children Printed Pages: 184. Seller Inventory # 60937

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Khader Vijaya

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Vijaya Khader

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About this Item: Agrotech Pub Academy, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents 1. Role of women in fisheries an overview. 2. Bench mark survey of selected villages. 3. Socioeconomic status of fisher women. 4. Nutritional status of fisher women. 5. Nutritional status of pre school children. 6. Anthropometric measurements of fisher women and preschool children. 7. Clinical and nutritional status of women and preschool children. 8. Knowledge Aptitude and Practice (KAP) of nutrition health and hygiene fisher women. 9. Participation of women in post harvest fisheries sector. 10. Role model case studies of successful fisher women. References. Subject index. India has tremendous potential for developing coastal aquaculture and is now the sixth largest producer of fish in the world. In land fish production it receives the second position after China. The coastal fishermen have been one of the most vulnerable group among the poor in India. Their social exclusiveness on account of geographical separation and cultural isolation contributes to accentuation of penury. The seasonal character of their vocation and its hazardous implications coupled with uncertainty of catches casts shadow on their limited livelihood opportunities compounding its cascading effect on their poverty profile. Low level of literacy cripples their bargaining capacity in the trader dominant market thus depriving them of their legitimate price compensation for the risky endeavors in the marine environment. Fisher women often occupy marginal roles and live and work on the periphery of the centres of economic social and political power they tend to be especially vulnerable. The basic goal for women in fisheries development is to make them equal partners and productive and self reliant participants in the process of improving their own and their families nutritional and living standards and to enable them to realize their full potential as human beings in their own right as members of their family and community. Fisher women must be given the opportunity to acquire appropriate knowledge develop adequate skills and use appropriate technologies enabling them to make the greatest possible economic and social contribution. Present book incorporates authentic studies on various aspects narrated above which will go a long way in sound empowerment of fisher women. 152 pp. Seller Inventory # 65793

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Vijaya Khader and V Vimala

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About this Item: Agrotech, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents Preface. I. General 1. Need and importance of grain processing. 2. Quality standards of food grains in India. 3. Quality control through standardization. 4. Production of base materials of food grains for promoting processing industry. 5. Enzyme technology in food industry with special reference to baking. 6. Extrusion cookers and their applications. 7. Processing equipment for grains. 8. Low cost traditional and improved device for roasting and puffing of grains. II. Cereals 9. Composition and quality aspects of rice. 10. Technology relevant to rice based products. 11. Rice milling technology. 12. Rice bran and its utilization. 13. Advances in parboiling techniques of paddy. 14. Technology and importance of cereal malts. 15. Wheat quality and composition. 16. Wheat milling technology recent developments. 17. Technologies relevant to wheat based products. 18. Processing of sorghum scope for diversification. 19. Maize chemistry scope for diversification. 20. Effect of secondary processing methods on the nutritional quality of cereals and millets. III. Millets 21. Millets composition and quality. 22. Commercial primary processing methods of millets. 23. Machinery and engineering applications in grain processing. 24. Technologies relevant to value added products with minor millets. 25. Pulses household methods of primary processing and its impact on yield and nutrients. 26. Utilization of horse gram in India scope for novel and alternative uses. IV. Pulses 27. Role of pulses in human nutrition. 28. Utilization of pigeon pea and chick pea in India and scope for novel and alternate uses. 29. Pulse milling technology. V. Oil seeds 30. Soya bean seed quality and technology of processing soya bean at industrial and rural areas. 31. Simple technologies for making soya products. 32. Food applications of soy products. 33. Oilseeds scenario in India retrospect and prospect. 34. Biochemical and nutritional quality of cultivars oil seeds and their products. 35. Industrial applications of oils and fats. 36. Oilseeds and their by product utilization. 37. Methods of using unconventional oils seeds. 38. By products from oilseeds and their utilization. 39. Technology of oilseed's processing recent developments. VI. Baking 40. Raw materials requirements in baking industry. 41. Biscuit industry in the country. Subject index. Through the centuries we have acquired a wealth of information about the use of food as a part of our community social natural and religious life. In recent years nutritional science has advanced in many directions and has sometimes become highly technical that it is often difficult for an expert in one particular field to view his or her work clearly in relation to other closely allied developments. One of the most important area of development is food processing. Food processing and value addition are the need of the hour. The literature on food processing is extensive in its detailed treatment of specific commodities unit operations and control methods. However an attempt has been made to provide as much knowledge as possible in a nut shell in the following 41 chapters covering all aspects of grain processing. It is very important for all those who deal with food to understand scientific basis of methods of grain processing. The book deal with need and importance of grain processing chemistry composition quality aspects utilization scope for diversification (novel and alternative) role in human nutrition enzyme technology in food industry relevant technology industrial applications. Processing equipment for grains rice bran and its utilization and commercial processing methods. Processing of soyabean and other grains improve the status value of grain and reliability of value added products which in turn improves the economic status in rural and urban areas. Increasing in purchasing power definitely contributes to better nutritional status of the population at large. Value addition by food processing is a must for r. Seller Inventory # 63381

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