Pediatric refugees are at an increased risk for growth and nutritional deficits. As more children are resettled to the United States, it is important to screen appropriately in order to identify any growth or nutritional issues. Resettled refugee children continue to be at risk for bo
“The Development of a sustainable nutrition education session promoting healthy eating amongst Afghan refugee women within Mildura” was a partnership project produced by Flinders University, Bedford Park SA and Sunraysia Community Health Services, Mildura VIC in collaboration with the
Healthy Eating Resource Kit for Workers developed by Monash University Dietitian Students, Carol Ho and Kelly He in August 2008 under the supervision of Jenny Trezise (APD, AN) City of Greater Dandenong and Shireen Hii (APD, AN) Greater Dandenong Community Health Service. It is design
This nutrition resource addresses the nutritional needs of Latrobe Valley’s local Sudanese community. Adapted from the Healthy Eating in Brimbank resource, it includes 5 fact sheets translated into Nuer and Dinka and maps of the four main towns in the Latrobe Valley. Each map contains
This document, produced by the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services, provides a useful print out summary of available Australian and international nutrition resources, factsheets and projects for resettled refugee and migrant communties.
This booklet was developed to assist newly arrived community members to make healthy food choices, and can be used in conjunction with practical education activities such as supermarket tours and cooking demonstrations. The resource is available in Arabic, Chin (Hakha), Chinese, Dari,
The manual was developed to address nutrition and food security issues among refugee children and their families. It includes lesson plans and activities on the following topics: Bad Foods and Better Alternatives Food Experiences in Australia Food Literacy and Sampling Food Storage an