Health, Nutrition and Development in the Islamic World
Proceedings of the seventh international conference, Dakar (Senegal) (1993) – Published by the Islamic Academy of Sciences.
Editors: N Bor (Turkey), A Kettani (Morocco), M Zou’bi (Jordan).
BC 416/5/1994, Hardcover 320 pages,
17*25 cm, English, Illustrated, 1994,
US $ 35.00
- Declaration by the Academy;
- Opening Statements;
- Islam and Health;
- Fundamental Aspects of Health, Nutrition and Development in the Islamic World;
- AIDS: a First World Disease, A Third World Problem: Options for the Future;
- Combating Major Diseases in Africa: Current Situation;
- Combating Major Diseases in Middle Eastern Countries: Present Situation, Future Outlook and Remedies;
- Combating Major Diseases in Asia: Present Situation, Future Outlook and Remedies;
- Health, Nutrition and Development in Muslim Countries;
- Impact of Overnutrition Related Morbidity and Mortality on Social and Economic Development;
- Health Education in the Islamic World: The Experience of ISESCO;
- Nutritional Problems of the Developing Countries;
- Food and Nutrition in Sahel Countries;
- A Nutritional Profile of Jordan: Shortcomings, Remedies and Development: A Country Case Study;
- Malaria Situation in Jordan;
- Environmental Diseases in the Asia-Africa Countries with Special References to the Muslim Countries;
- Nutrition Problems in the Islamic World, Bangladesh in Particular.