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An Adventure in Caribbean Cuisine Book
An Adventure in Caribbean Cuisine presents traditional and original recipes from the widespread and diverse kitchens of the Caribbean’s Association of Home Economists. On show is the variety of ways in which the preparation and combination of the basic ingredients of traditionalCaribbean “Creole” cuisine have developed throughout the territories. Caribbean Association of Home Economists Inc. (Author) Buy this book from Amazon
CAHE Chronicles the First 30 Years
This historical review of the contributions of a professional organisation across three decades is noteworthy since it will serve to emphasize strongly the value of Home Economics in nation building through its contributions to various sectors, inter alia, in Education, Health, Family life and community well-being. It is particularly pleasing that the capacity and capability of mainly Caribbean women, contributing positively in national and international fora, on development issues, is clearly demonstrated through this work. The contents of this book attests to our longevity rivaled only by West Indian cricket. It is a sacrificial investment as we continue to fight the battle for recognition of our profession and to bridge the gaps in our practice between home, school community and our personal lives. This chronicle offers valuable insights into strategies and structures that foster permanence within such an organization while remaining effective in service towards fulfilling its mandate. Caribbean Association of Home Economists Inc. (Author)
Caribbean Home Economics in Action Books
The new edition of Home Economics in Action has been extensively revised and updated to take account of recent curriculum developments throughout the Caribbean region. This three-book course provides a firm foundation in Home Economics to all lower secondary school students, particularly those going on to study Home Economics for CXC examinations. The course meets the needs of students following Resource and Technology courses in Home and Family Management. In addition, it offers numerous opportunities for design skills development in the areas of Food Preparation and Clothing and Textiles. This fully revised edition contains: * colourful illustrations and clear information presented in a reader-friendly style * objectives at the start of each topic to aid students’ preparation * up-to-date examples emphasising the benefits of new technology * lively activities to develop students’ skills in critical thinking and problem solving * a summary section at the end of each chapter to consolidate learning * a comprehensive revision section at the end of Book 3 designed to cater for all abilities * a glossary of key terms so that students can check their understanding of new words * useful new appendices covering types of glassware, fashion silhouettes and recommended dietary allowances. About the Authors All of the authors of this course are members of the prestigious Caribbean Association of Home Economists. They hail from a wide range of Caribbean regions: Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, St. Vincent, Grenada, Guyana, St. Lucia and Jamaica. Throughout the development of the series, the authors have consulted widely with Home Economics teachers, educators and curriculum officers across the Caribbean region.
History of Home Economics in the Caribbean
The purpose of this document is to record and preserve the history of Home Economics its contribution to the Caribbean.This historical document has been compiled from reports submitted by member territories of the Caribbean Association of Home Economists. To read the full book click here. HISTORY OF HOME ECONOMICS IN THE CARIBBEAN MARCH 1997
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Sewing Machine Clinic
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Family Natural Disaster Awareness Plan
A proposal for a home economics component of a natural disaster programme
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