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1966

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"Volunteer home economists are helping to alleviate the acute shortage of professionally-trained teachers in the developing nations. Some Volunteers have had previous teaching experience or education courses. Many have note.

"The subjects include: human relations (personal appearance, community relations, the family), foods and nutrition (balanced diets, nutrition, food preservation and preparation), clothing (textiles, sewing), child care, home improvement (cleaning and decorating the home, sanitation in the home and environment), home management (planning expenditures, budgeting), and health (hygiene, first aid, health problems of children)." -- [p.1]

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S 19.2:H 75/1

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